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When Three is a Score

15 July 2016 | Updated 01 January 1970

Part of TC Facilities Management (TCFM) TC Security Services has been awarded a hat trick of contracts in the Home Counties and East Anglia.

The contracts all commenced at the start of July and sees the provision of security services to a range of commercial offices and a purpose built production facility totalling approximately 400,000sqft over the three sites.

TC Security Services reports that the contracts were awarded as a result of demonstrating an ‘excellent quality of service’ at similar sites in Maidenhead and Hertfordshire. The two office sites – CBXII in Milton Keynes and Westside in Hemel Hempstead – are both described as ‘prestigious, flexible and impressive buildings’. The company will be providing teams of security officers to provide 24-hour protection to keep staff, tenants and assets safe and secure.

The third contract at Direct Table Foods in Suffolk was awarded due to the preferred supplier to Elior which provides catering services at the same location where TC Security Services will also provide 24-hour protection.

“I am delighted that the level of dynamism the team have displayed with other accounts has resulted in these contracts and this will certainly bode very well for the future, declared Steve Boyden, MD, TC Security Services.”

Picture: TC Security Services has won three significant contracts recently including at Westside in Hemel Hempstead

Article written by Mike Gannon | Published 15 July 2016


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