Spotlight Interview – Oliver Boote | Mace for Colt
22 November 2022
Oliver Boote is the UK Facilities Manager at Mace for Colt. He manages 10 sites across the UK, delivering first-class facilities and workplace services across his client’s offices, data centres and node sites.
Oliver’s role means he strives to deliver first-class facilities services throughout Colt’s UK portfolio, including their 65,000 square-foot headquarters on Great Eastern Street in Shoreditch, which houses up to 750 employees.
Due to the varied nature of Colt’s portfolio, Oliver and his team’s day-to-day FM requests span everything from VIP client visit preparation to managing contractors in highly secure data centre environments.
We spoke to Oliver about the challenges of managing this diverse estate, how his team provides best-in-class workspaces, and how he plans to achieve zero-waste to landfill for his client in the future.
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Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 22 November 2022
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