Carillon secures 3-year NHS Blood & Transplant maintenance contract

Published:  04 September, 2008

Carillion Planned Maintenance has secured a £900 000 per year contract with the NHS Blood & Transplant to provide mechanical and electrical services maintaining critical plant. The 3-year contract has the potential to be extended for a further two years.

Carillion services cover nine major blood centres with dedicated staff and 57 team bases operated by mobile units. They include the new purpose-built Blood Centre in Bristol, where Carillion has three permanent staff.

Ted Hobbs, national contracts director for Carillion Planned Maintenance, says, ‘We are delighted to have been chosen by NHSBT to deliver this important contract. A continuous flow of blood and tissue product and transplant services is critical if the NHSBT is to meet the demand of hospitals for their patient treatment. Therefore, efficient maintenance of their plant is imperative to help them carry out their life-saving work.’

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