Vertas Group has awarded Imtech Inviron a £30 million mechanical, engineering and electrical (ME&E) contract for work across its client base, which includes the Suffolk County Council estate.
The five-year deal, worth around £6 million per annum, covers a broad range of ME&E responsibilities from boiler servicing to providing expert solutions around heat and power, such as renewable energy works. These include micro-generation renewable technologies, biomass boilers and photovoltaic solutions.
Alongside this will be emergency, responsive and planned property maintenance services. These include mechanical and electrical tests and inspections, as well as most other typical property maintenance needs, such as building management systems, lifts, security systems, plumbing and heating repairs.
The contract commenced in September.
Ian Surtees, MBA, chief executive officer of Vertas, said: "We have worked with Imtech since 2003 and have established a strong relationship built on mutual values. Partnering with Imtech means we can offer a one-provider total facilities management solution to our clients. It also offers growth opportunities for both businesses as we support each other's clients."
Noel Clancy, managing director of Imtech Inviron, said: "I believe the technical ability and agility of our frontline teams, together with the stability and innovation that our parent EDF Energy Services bring to the table, was a key differentiator."