AMEC wins 5-year NEC maintenance contract

The building and facilities services division of AMEC has secured a major facilities-management contract with the NEC Group, Birmingham, AMEC will be responsible for delivering the mechanical, electrical and building-fabric maintenance services for all NEC Group venues. They include the exhibition halls and entertainment arenas near Birmingham together with the Symphony Hall, International Convention Centre and National Indoor Arena in the city centre. The contract begins immediately and is estimated to be worth around £30 million over its initial 5-year term. Grahame Ludlow, managing director of the division, says, ‘Our success in winning this work builds on our 27-year relationship with the NEC. We demonstrated a full understanding of this complex estate and the demands placed on the services, while offering a solution that allows for continuous innovation.
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