Imtech Inviron has been appointed by Central & North West London NHS Foundation Trust (CNWL) to deliver estates management services across 60 of its sites.
The contract, awarded through QTS LLP, a wholly-owned subsidiary of CNWL, started on 1st April and was facilitated by Neller Davies. It is worth about £16 million in total turnover over an initial four-year period.
The technically led FM provider will carry out heating, ventilation, air conditioning, electrical, fabric and grounds maintenance services. These will be complemented by comprehensive management information produced through Inviron’s in-house data platform Aurora to monitor and manage the performance of the service. The contract will be mainly self-delivered by Imtech Inviron at buildings across north-west London through to Epsom in Surrey, in partnership with specialist suppliers.
The company has extensive experience in FM procurement and contract management history in the NHS. In March, it won two deals with Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (HPFT) and Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust (HCT).
Working in collaboration with QTS and the Trust, Neller Davies prepared bid specifications and a performance management system, facilitated a comprehensive asset & condition survey, and managed the online tender process. The joint project team aims to develop an effective long-term strategy focusing on patient safety, collaboration and business growth for QTS.
Julian Fris, director of Neller Davies, said: “The success of this project was in the planning and supporting a strategic approach to the outcome which was ultimately to find a service provider who would significantly improve user wellbeing and safety.”
Noel Clancy, managing director at Imtech Inviron, added: “Our approach to patient safety and collaboration, supported by our evaluation of the needs of the Trust and QTS was a differentiator to them. Together with QTS we look forward to delivering a first-class service.”
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