Wates Facilities Management have secured a two year contract with the West Midlands Police to provide responsive repairs and maintenance work to mechanical, electrical and water services at their headquarters at Lloyd House in Birmingham.
Despite the contract covering a period of three years, there is the possibility of a two year extension being applied, making the potential total duration of the contract five years in which Wates Facilities Management (FM) will be granted all repair and maintenance jobs at the Lloyd Building Headquarters of the West Midland Police.
In addition to this, Wates have secured various other private sector contracts over the course of the summer, for their new subsidiary Wates FM, including a major deal to deliver mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) services at the 46-storey 110 Bishopsgate development in London.
The Managing Director of Wates FM, James Gregg stated: “We have gathered some real momentum in our business growth strategy since launching Wates Facilities Management just three months ago and this is a true marker of the capabilities and expertise we have in our team.
“Above all things we believe in providing bespoke solutions that cater to our clients’ individual needs and we are very proud to have developed a service package for West Midlands Police that will support their vital day to day operations.”
Wates FM was launched in June 2019 after previously operating under the name of Wates Smartspace Facilities Management and has seen the Wates Group enhance its total facilities management offering with expanded nationwide capabilities tailored to the needs of both the private and public sectors.
The subsidiary forms part of the Wates Property Services group, as well as the Group’s Living Space business, which currently manages over 350 commercial properties.
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