2 August 2018 | Herpreet Kaur Grewal
Engie has been awarded a total of three places in the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) new Facilities Management Marketplace framework.
The CCS operates as a trading fund, enabling public sector organisations to achieve value by buying as a single customer from listed companies.
The new Facilities Management Marketplace framework (designated RM3830) is a list of FM providers that have been vetted and approved by the CCS.
A key element in the appraisal process is the ability to demonstrate social value alongside service delivery.
The RM3830 framework awards take place across three value-banded lots and Engie has been listed in bands up to £7 million, £7 million-£50 million, and £50 million-plus.
Nicola Lovett, divisional CEO for business energy & services at Engie, said: "Inclusion in the RM3830 framework is an affirmation of our ability to deliver FM services in an efficient, sustainable and socially beneficial manner. We already have vast experience of working in the public sector at both central and local government level and look forward to broadening our relationships with public sector organisations even further through this framework."