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Working in the New Normal

22.10.2020, 12:26

Working in the New Normal

Specialist UK security provider Corps Security is offering complimentary service reviews for new and existing customers.

The company’s new Working in the New Normal service review programme considers the specific requirements of each business during the Covid-19 pandemic to provide “future-fit” and tailoered recommendations for improving security and driving down costs.

With buildings which were once occupied by thousands of employees now only accommodating tens of people or a few hundred at most, and even remaining vacant, changes to security provisions are needed.

Recognising budgets are under pressure in new ways, the review service is free of charge and focuses on providing solutions that are cost-conscious. Corps’ four-step review process evaluates the current spend, reviews the existing security provision, recommends cost-cutting initiatives and mobilises a revised programme in as little as four weeks so cost savings can be realised immediately.

Mike Bullock, CEO, Corps Security, ellaborates: “We know companies are laden with commercial restraints and concerns about their premises. As a trusted security partner for more than 160 years we are ready to help them implement financially attractive, resilient and agile security measures that don’t compromise on safety.

“At a time when requirements are changing with speed it’s important to have a provider that can navigate the storms with you and be equally agile and adaptable. With our global support network and our extensive heritage, we have the right foundations to provide value and protect our customers’ investments, buildings and people, whatever the weather.”


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Staff Reporter covers the latest news, trends and opinion from the facilities management (FM) and corporate real estate (CRE) sectors. The FM market is currently estimated to be worth USD 1 trillion annually and is projected to grow at a compounded annualised rate of approximately 5% between now and 2026.

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