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Apelona Wins TFM Contract for Munich Care Homes

Apelona Wins TFM Contract for Munich Care Homes
11 October 2021
 

Apleona is to provide total facilities management for 13 public retirement homes in Munich.

The non-profit company of the City of Munich has commissioned Apleona to provide hard services for its nine care and nursing homes, as well as four supported residences for serviced living accommodation.

A corresponding service contract was concluded with Münchenstift GmbH for four years as of January 1, 2022. This was preceded by a public invitation to tender, which Apleona won.

 

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Over 3,000 People Resident in 13 Properties

 

The 13 properties have a total gross floor area of almost 250,000m² and house almost 3,000 senior citizens, who are cared for by over 2,000 Münchenstift employees.

The agreed services include all technical services, in particular the maintenance and repair of all technical facilities, energy management and the optimization of energy consumption, among others with the use of Apleona's product innovation Enerlutic, as well as the technical responsibility for facilities critical to the care operation, such as the call systems for the care and nursing staff. Apleona will provide the agreed services with an in-house performance rate of at least 75 per cent.

Holger Hartmann, the Managing Director responsible for the southeast region, says: "We are very pleased that we were able to convince the client with our technical competence and reliability with regard to hygiene standards and trouble-free operation for the facilities that are critical in the care sector."

The service provision will be managed by a team of project managers, property managers and five building technicians for operations and four building technicians for maintenance.

Picture: a photograph of one of Münchenstift GmbH​'s care homes

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 11 October 2021

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