Apleona wins with Electricity North West

Apleona HSG Facility Management UK provides retained its contract with Electricity North West for the delivery of cleansing, security and technical maintenance services.

Electricity North West are among 14 distribution network operators in the united kingdom and are in charge of maintaining and upgrading 13,000 km of overhead power lines and much more than 44,000 km of underground electricity cables.

The partnership between Electricity and Apleona North West commenced in 2008, when Apleona won the contract for the shipping of facilities management project and services works.

Apleona gained a retender in 2017 then, this year the next time the company offers retained the contract by way of a competitive tender making.

Commercial Director Mark Robison will be delighted: “It is a real coup for all of us, understanding that our long position partnership with Electricity North West and understanding of what the client wants has already been rewarded with a fresh contract.”

Martin Taylor may be the Regional Director in charge of the delivery to Electricity North West, and provides: “The success of the tender will be right down to us as a small business difficult what we perform to make sure efficiencies and innovation. The website delivery teams understand the client inside out and so are always pressing themselves to move that extra mile for the client. I’d like to thank all of them because of their continued support and effort in the delivery of the contract.”

Six steps to facilities management in the post-pandemic world

As workplaces start and restrictions lift the role of the FM is becoming more important than ever before.

The challenges introduced by the Covid-19 pandemic are actually providing a valuable chance of FMs to show their skills and adaptability. Whilst on a practical level FMs have the effect of producing buildings comfortable and safe, they’re crucial in attracting people back again to the office also.

In talking to industry leaders, it really is clear there are six key regions of focus. Zip provides released a white paper which talks about each one, suggesting techniques facilities managers can tackle the pace and complexities of a go back to the workplace, whilst demonstrating clear and effective leadership across the real way.

For more information download the white paper here .