Amnesty International, the world's leading human rights organisation, has appointed Pareto FM to provide hard services at its UK headquarters in Clerkenwell, London.
The contract will see Pareto FM deliver all associated mechanical, electrical and fabric-related planned and reactive maintenance.
Kellie Lord-Thomas, the group's UK workplace manager, said: "We'd become frustrated with the service levels we had been receiving from some of the larger organisations within the facilities management sector. We have a niche set of requirements and needed a provider that could properly tailor their delivery to our requirements. In Pareto FM we found a genuine partnership. They have totally listened to our requirements and built a service provision around what we need."
Andrew Hulbert, Pareto FM's managing director, added: "To partner with Amnesty International is a genuine privilege. This is one of the most progressive and important organisations in the world. This is a relationship that has grown and developed over time and one of which we are immensely proud. Amnesty also adds to our growing portfolio in the charity-based sector."
Amnesty International is a global movement of more than seven million people that helps to fight abuses of human rights worldwide. It has brought torturers to justice, lobbies to change oppressive laws and helps to free people jailed for voicing their opinions. It is the world's largest grassroots human rights group and has received the Nobel Peace Prize for its work.