Cofely wins FM contract with Harrow Council

Published:  05 August, 2015

Cofely, facilities management, FM

Cofely has been awarded a 5-year contract by Harrow Council to deliver a range of facilities and energy-efficiency services. The partnership will see Cofely deliver M&E maintenance, building fabric, cleaning and a range of security services for the councilís portfolio of 162 buildings. It will include energy-efficiency services in support of the councilís carbon-reduction strategy and initiatives to tackle fuel poverty. 420 employees will transfer to Cofely under TUPE arrangements.

This contract brings together a number of smaller contracts managed by different council departments into a single outsourced delivery. This will provide greater consistency and efficiency of services, lifecycle visibility and projects financial savings of around 20%.



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