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Carillion agrees Heathrow contract

A £50M facilities management service contract for Heathrow Airport has been awarded to Wolverhampton-based company Carillion.

As part of a 10-year framework contract, the first deal is for service solutions for Terminal 1 − it is worth £23M for an initial three years, with a seven-year extension option. The second, with a value of £27M, also runs for three years initially but has a ten-year extension option.

Hard and soft facilities management will be included under the terms of the agreement, including planned and reactive building, electrical and mechanical maintenance as well as cleaning, compliance and pest control. 

Carillion chief executive John McDonough said: “We have a strong long-term relationship with (Heathrow operator) BAA and we are delighted that this is being extended through these important new contracts.

“We look forward to continuing our partnership with BAA to support them in achieving Heathrow Airport’s vision to ‘make every journey better’.”

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