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HMRC Contract Award

25.02.2020, 15:53

HMRC Contract Award

Atalian Servest has secured its fourth contract with Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in less than 18 months.

 

The global integrated facility services provider has been providing cleaning, catering and security at HMRC’s Newcastle office since May 2018, and the latest deal adds another 14 sites to the company’s existing partnership with the government body.

Services to the new sites will include cleaning, catering, reception, waste management, grounds maintenance, pest control, portering and mail. The company will deploy approximately 250 staff at the additional sites.

The new contract also allows Atalian Servest to play an essential part in helping HMRC to deliver its Locations Programme, which aims to bring HMRC employees together in 13 large, modern office hubs across Great Britain. The regional centres will make use of the latest digital technology in order to provide a modern, comfortable working environment that makes it easier to collaborate and work flexibly, whilst also delivering significant savings to the taxpayer. The Locations Programme is one of the largest property transformation programmes in the UK.

Daniel Dickson, Atalian Servest UK & Ireland CEO, says:

“The opportunity to provide services for even more HMRC sites demonstrates the strength of the partnership we are building. HMRC is on a journey to transform the way the organisation and its people work. With our excellent track record in corporate services and contract innovation, Atalian Servest is perfectly positioned to help the organisation achieve these bold objectives.”

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