Plenty to shout about at Shepherd FM

Published:  10 September, 2009

Shepherd FM has been awarded a contract from Yell to deliver facilities-management services at its network of UK offices, including the head office in Reading. Shepherd FM will be responsible for services at 31 buildings, ranging form the management and maintenance of critical systems to building maintenance and soft FM services.

Yell’s property portfolio has an array of environments, including traditional office space through to critical working locations such as call centres.

Simon Taylor, head of property of Yell in the UK, says, ‘We’ve recently gone through a widescale rationalisation of our property portfolio at Yell, and after a thorough evaluation of our current requirements it was clear that Shepherd FM has the expertise that we need to complement our in-house team. Shepherd FM exhibits a similar culture of enthusiasm and commitment.

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