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Interserve wins FM contract with Civil Nuclear Police Authority at Griffin Park
Interserve, the international support services, construction and equipment services group, has won a £2.8 million contract to provide facilities management services to the Civil Nuclear Police Authority (CNPA) at its new training centre in Cumbria.
The contract is to deliver a range of services at the CNPA's Griffin Park Tactical Training Facility. The state of the art building is run by the Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC) and houses the largest live firing skills arena in Europe, along with various training centres, classrooms and offices.
Interserve won the five-year FM contract because of its ability to deliver complex total FM services and the experience it has gained providing services to the nuclear industry at Sellafield and the Magnox sites.
The contract will see Interserve clean and maintain the facility, deliver waste management and pest control services and provide mechanical and electrical services. Interserve will also run a helpdesk which will deal with all of the FM enquiries for the Nuclear Constabulary.
"I am delighted the CNPA has chosen to award this contract to Interserve," says Jeff Flanagan, managing director, Interserve Business & Industry Business Unit. "We have a proven track record in the nuclear industry and this contract provides a further illustration of our ability to deliver excellent facilities management services to this sector.
"What marks us out from our competitors is that we have been operating in this sector for almost two decades, so our understanding of the operational security and IT requirements associated with the nuclear regulated industry is second to none.
"This contract award is another example of how we are successfully executing our strategy to achieve wider growth in the energy sector, which is a core area for our business."
Headquartered in the UK, Interserve has a workforce of some 68,000 people worldwide.
20th June 2019