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VINCI Facilities commences the management of the Ministry of Defence (MOD) Built Estate in London and the South East of England. We will deliver hard FM, grounds maintenance and capital works projects across 59 sites with over 6,200 buildings and infrastructure assets.Read More
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VINCI Facilities confirms that it has been awarded a contract to provide facilities management services to Ministry of Defence (MoD) for its Built Estate across the South East of England.
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The COP26 summit, which takes place in Glasgow in November 2021 hopes to secure agreements to meet 2030 emissions reductions targets that align with reaching net zero by the middle of the century.Featured Articles Oct 2021
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We are all better when we move. That’s why VINCI Facilities is backing the Mason Foundation and its work with Peabody. It’s fun, free and good for you. So, why not take inspiration?Blog Aug 2021
The UK’s homes are one of the biggest producers of carbon. The UK Government wants to do something about it – which presents a huge opportunity for the housing, building and construction sectors. So, how do we get to net zero?Read More
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This £7m p.a. contract sees a strong focus placed on maximising value, with the client benefiting from full visibility of costs, and a pain mechanism being used to penalise poor performance.
Numerous initiatives have been developed to create value, including the introduction of zero-emission electric vehicles; LED lighting throughout the estate; life-cycle asset management; energy management (including data collection, bills and reporting); and geo-tagging / GPS fleet management.
In another major commitment, VINCI Facilities has up-skilled its team in order to deliver the specialist restoration of heritage assets in-house. This has created cost savings while also improving standards of quality and response times.
Thanks to initiatives such as these, VINCI Facilities is on track to deliver savings of c.£850k over the lifetime of the contract.
This challenging project required Building Solutions to deliver a total internal and external refurbishment within just 13 weeks. Numerous initiatives were introduced to maximise the speed of delivery; for example, scaffold preparations were brought forward a full month in order for the vast and intricate system to be ready ahead of the core works.
The access restrictions of the congested city-centre location presented another key challenge. To overcome this, the team constructed a vast scaffold gantry capable of containing all materials, equipment and waste.
Efficient operations and strong communication with all stakeholders enabled the project to be delivered on time and on budget. The team proved so successful that ICE subsequently added several of Building Solutions’ sub-contractors to its own network of preferred suppliers.
This £60m contract sees Shell benefit from an 84-strong contract team and an open book approach that provides full visibility of costs.
VINCI Facilities’ team place an overriding focus on creating ongoing efficiencies through the use of innovative technologies. The most notable example of which can be seen with the creation of a bespoke Check In Check Out app, which enables personnel to digitally check in/out at Shell’s facilities via store tablets. This innovative solution saw VINCI Facilities shortlisted in the IWFM Awards.
A wealth of additional initiatives have been introduced that have collectively generated cost savings of >£1m for the client. These include regionalising and consolidating the engineering resource, and training Shell’s team to conduct basic maintenance tasks in-house.
Building Solutions has assigned a 30-strong team of experts to this £75m 10-year contract, enabling a swift response to any situation.
As the housing estates remain occupied during the refurbishments, the team includes dedicated Resident Liaison Officers, who ensure that residents are informed and involved throughout the works.
Building Solutions strives to continually create cost savings for the client. For example, when roof works were required at Peabody’s Lomond Grove estate, the team challenged the need for scaffolding, instead suggesting an edge protection solution that, in turn, shaved 12 weeks off the programme and delivered cost savings of £16k.
Demonstrating a sector-leading commitment to CSR, Building Solutions has invested £336k+ in Peabody’s community programmes to date, including an award-winning early-learning literacy programme.