Tranche of Global Contracts for ISS
ISS A/S and ISS Taiwan have been selected for major integrated facilities management (IFM) contract awards and extensions by Novartis, Rolls-Royce and Mitsui Fudosan as February gets off to a great start.
ISS A/S and ISS Taiwan have announced major contract awards and extensions from Novartis, Rolls-Royce and Mitsui Fudosan as February gets off to a great start.
Expansion of Novartis Partnership
The following services will be part of the integrated solution to Rolls-Royce: Facility Management and Operations, Maintenance, Security, Catering, Cleaning, Reception, Office Services, Grounds and Landscaping. The contract covers the US and Brazil (Americas) as well as Singapore, China, India and Indonesia (Asia).
Commenting on the announcement, Mr. Price said: “We are excited and proud that Rolls-Royce has chosen ISS as a partner in these important markets, and we are very much looking forward to building a strong partnership with Rolls-Royce. This is a significant win for ISS, and a testament to the strength of our integrated solutions among major international customers and our global reach. The contract covers emerging markets in Asia and Brazil. It also covers the strategically important mature markets in North America, and therefore represents real opportunity for future growth”.
The initial preparations for the service delivery have already commenced, and the contract is expected to be fully operational from 1 April 2016. The contract will run for five years. When fully implemented, the contract is expected to cover facilities with a total area of 541,000 square meters. ISS estimates to allocate 300 employees to service the 26 main sites covered by the contract.
The two-year contract entails technical maintenance, repair, security, cleaning, food court services, parking management, and auxiliary services on 67,000 square metres. ISS Taiwan has been fully responsible for these services since the contract commenced in December 2015.
The construction of the Taiwanese outlet mall was completed in January 2016, and holds 220 stores including outlet shops, restaurants, food courts, a cinema complex, and a luxury supermarket on the premises. The mall consists of equal parts of modern and traditional constructions. In addition to a traditional style of enclosed stores, the mall comprises unique open shopping areas.
The outlet mall is the Mitsui Fudosan Group’s first project in Taiwan and the second overseas commercial property in which the Japanese Group is the major investor.