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Interserve Secures £6m ScS Facilities Services Deal

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Interserve has won a £6 million contract to provide facilities services for Sofa Carpet Specialist (ScS).

The three-year deal will see Interserve provide waste services, planned and reactive mechanical & engineering and fabric maintenance for the leading furniture and flooring retailer's head office in Sunderland, as well as its nine warehouses and 100 retail outlets across the UK from Plymouth to Aberdeen.

Engineers will self-deliver maintenance for gas fired combined heat and power (CHP), electrical and air conditioning systems, as well as providing gas appliance certification.


Andrew Rawdon, TFM & Technical, sector director at Interserve, said: "Interserve delivers facilities services to 5,000 supermarkets and stores in the UK and Ireland every day, and we're delighted to be adding ScS to the leading brands that we support.

"Our expert knowledge of the sector, coupled with our strong engineering heritage and nationwide reach means we are well placed to deliver a reliable and customer-focused service across ScS' UK-wide estate."

Malcolm Stalker, estates manager at ScS, added: "Having a level of cost certainty for our estate is important to our long-term financial modelling and growth plans. With this new partnership, we are now in a position to roll out a clear and forward-thinking asset management plan for our sites."


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