Incentive FM is restructuring itself so that it can deliver specialist services in three key areas.
The business previously delivered its services on a regional basis but the new sector approach will focus on providing specialist niche services in three key areas: retail and distribution including shopping centres; destination and heritage for clients such as Covent Garden, the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and Somerset House; and workplace solutions for clients including Addleshaw Goddard, LV=, and Equiniti.
It follows the company’s continuing growth which, despite Covid-19, has resulted in the mobilisation of five new contracts during lockdown.
Bruce McDonnell, managing director at Incentive FM, said: “These changes were planned at the start of the year but were put on hold as we focused on dealing with the immediate impact of the pandemic on our clients. As lockdown starts to ease it has become even clearer that each of these sectors is facing very different challenges and opportunities and our new structure will enable us to provide the tailored delivery and support they need.”
Under the new structure, Glenn Wilson has been promoted to the role of director of retail and distribution and Claire Rumsey has been promoted to director of destination and heritage. Matt Pilling joins the business as director of workplace solutions.