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£300million Mega Deal Sees Telereal Trillium Transfer 275

23 June 2014 | Updated 01 January 1970
Telereal Trillium, a major property and services provider, has appointed Cofely to deliver a range of hard and soft facilities management and project services under a new integrated facilities management agreement. At a whopping£300million it is said to be the larget contract of its kind ever let.

As part of the new agreement, which runs until March 2018, around 275 Telereal Trillium service delivery staff will transfer to Cofely in July 2014.

The new agreement, which is worth up to £300 million over the life of the contract, will see Cofely become a key partner to Telereal Trillium. Cofely will be responsible for delivering a range of FM and project services across Telereal Trillium’s Department for Work and Pensions portfolio and project services across the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency and Aviva portfolios.

Commenting on the new agreement, Adam Dakin, Joint Managing Director at Telereal Trillium, said: “Over the last two decades, Telereal Trillium has built a strong track record of managing and optimising complex estates and FM supply chains. Appointing Cofely in this key, frontline role represents the further evolution of our service delivery model.”

Cofely will be responsible for providing services at over 900 locations across the UK. 

Article written by Brian Shillibeer | Published 23 June 2014


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