Open-access content Thursday 17th November 2011 — updated 1.53pm, Tuesday 5th May 2020
17 November 2011
GSH has had its existing maintenance contract with IT equipment and services company Fujitsu UK extended for a further five years.
The revised scope of the contract will see the introduction of a bespoke maintenance specification, developed by the two companies in conjunction with the Building Services Research and Information Association (BSRIA).
GSH was originally awarded a maintenance contract with Fujitsu in 2007. The contract’s original scope covered three of Fujitsu’s critical data centres. Since then, the client’s corporate offices in Northern Ireland, Northern England and the Midlands have been added. The newly revised contract will see GSH taking responsibility for the company’s entire UK corporate portfolio.
Commenting on the bespoke maintenance specification, GSH Group managing director John Davy, said: “This approach, aligned with our technology, changes the previous prescriptive way of working which we believe will add value to how Fujitsu manages and maintains its estate.”
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