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Serco wins large IFM contract with Aldar Properties
Source: Serco Middle East , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Wed February 14, 2018 11:37 am

UAE. Aldar Properties PJSC has awarded Serco a contract for up to five years for the delivery of Integrated Facilities Services across some of its iconic commercial properties in Abu Dhabi.

Serco, an international service provider of outsourced services, said in statement that the contract covers a full range of Integrated Facilities services for various Aldar Properties within their regional portfolio.

Joe Boyle, Managing Director of Serco Middle East’s Integrated Facilities Services Sector, stated “Aldar has chosen Serco after an intense, detailed and highly competitive procurement process. We are very proud to have ultimately been selected and are very excited by this new opportunity. Our expanding presence in Abu Dhabi comes down to developing long standing partnerships with extraordinary clients like Aldar. Serco Middle East continues to be a partner of choice as we excel in building robust solutions founded on quality of service, innovation and trust.”

The Aldar Facilities Management contract builds on Serco Middle East’s existing FM presence across multiple sectors including education, healthcare, defence and commercial real estate, and on the company’s 70-year plus presence in the region, the statement added.

Photo Captions:
1. (above)  Joe Boyle, MD of Serco Middle East’s Integrated Facilities Services Sector
2. (inset)    Serco logo (File photo)

About Serco Middle East
Serco are public sector experts who specialise in the delivery of essential public services with over 50,000 people working across the world in defence, transport, justice, immigration, health, and other citizen services across national, state and local government. Together, we bring a world of experience to what we do.

Our broad cross sector and international experience means we can transfer constantly updated standards of best practice, share new service innovations and drive improvements in the performance of the public services we manage.

A strong public sector ethos runs through our organisation which is why you will always find our people are motivated to make a positive difference. We constantly evaluate our performance and the efficiency of our operations, as well as the outcomes we achieve for citizens.

In the Middle East, Serco employs more than 4,500 people across 5 countries - Bahrain, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates and are constantly monitoring emerging markets in the region for new entry opportunities. In the Middle East, we operate in the sectors of Transport, Aviation, Defence, Health and Integrated Facilities Management.

We have been operating in the Middle East since 1947 and have a profound understanding of the region, its drivers, operational environment, working practices and its cultural sensitivities; delivering essential services to customers on behalf of governments, semi-governments and large private corporations.
 

 

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