Amey Secure Infrastructure, a critical infrastructure provider to local and national government bodies, has been specified as a supplier on the ESPO Total Facilities Management (FM) framework.
ESPO, established in 1981, is the largest public-sector professional buying organisation with a national remit and is owned and managed by six local authorities: Leicestershire County Council, Lincolnshire County Council, Cambridgeshire County Council, Norfolk County Council, Warwickshire County Council, and Peterborough City Council.
Winning a place on the framework will allow more than 200,000 public sector customers across England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland to procure key FM and estate management services (including maintenance, project and energy management, cleaning, security, grounds maintenance and compliance) offered by Amey Secure Infrastructure.
Andy Voase, director of FM at the Amey division, said: “Our extensive operational and data-led asset management capabilities within facilities management mean we are uniquely placed to support the public sector organisations procuring essential services via this framework. We look forward to working together to improve efficiencies and cost-saving while sharing our sustainability expertise to help achieve carbon emissions targets.”
Amey is experienced in supplying facilities and estate management across critical infrastructure and public services and is responsible for monitoring thousands of assets across the UK on behalf of central government and local authorities.