SPIE UK has been appointed by NHS National Services Scotland (NSS) to deliver planned and reactive maintenance at its estate in Glasgow.
Under the five-year contract, SPIE UK will manage mechanical and electrical assets at the nine NSS properties. Sustainability will be a key aspect of the works, which includes collaborating with the NHS Energy team to develop and promote energy conservation and technology improvements during the contract period.
Properties include critical infrastructure for running NHS services across Scotland, including NHS 24 call centres and the national distribution centre, which distributes essential stock to hospitals countrywide. SPIE’s team will also supply energy management services for NHS NSS, carrying out building energy surveys, introducing an energy management platform, behavioural analysis, and life cycle analysis.
Jim Skivington, SPIE UK divisional managing director,said: “NHS National Services Scotland works at the heart of the health service, providing national strategic support services and expert advice to NHS Scotland. SPIE UK being awarded this five-year contract is a testament to our excellence in delivering a range of specialist planned, reactive and statutory maintenance and FM services.”
Paul Donnelly, contracts and CAFM manager at NHS National Services Scotland, said, “We needed a partner who could demonstrate that they could meet the compliance and operational demand criteria to the highest level. SPIE UK’s technical and engineering expertise gives us the confidence that they’ll deliver both an engineering solution and sustainability expertise in the servicing and operation of our assets and ultimately promoting energy conservation across our properties.”