Amey expands London presence with contract wins worth £62.5m

21 March 2016
Image of a male Amey employee, cleaning the floor with a mop.

Leading public and regulated service provider, Amey, has been awarded contracts worth over £62.5 million as four more London Boroughs sign up to the company’s innovative Total Facilities Management (TFM) framework. 

The framework was established in 2013 as an integrated approach to TFM between three London boroughs (Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster) and is the first contract of its kind in the UK.

In the past year the London Boroughs of Camden, Bexley, Walham Forest and Haringey have also joined the framework; awarding contracts valued at £10m, £12.5m, £20m and £20m respectively.

The contracts will see Amey deliver a range of services including cleaning, security, landscaping as well as planned mechanical and electrical services with the specific aim of delivering the best possible service for customers at the best possible price.