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EMCOR UK awarded DECA contract

Posted 10 May 2018 · Add Comment

Facilities management provider EMCOR UK, has been awarded a multi-service contract with the Defence Electronics & Components Agency (DECA).

The new contract commenced on 1st May and will be delivered over a three-year term with an optional extension of a further two years.

DECA is a Ministry of Defence Executive Agency based in Sealand, Stafford and deployed locations across the UK and is tasked with supporting the UK’s Armed Forces through the provision of on-shore repair, maintenance, overhaul, upgrade and managed services in the defence electronic components and general engineering field.

This is the first time DECA has awarded a TFM contract for the Sealand site, which reflects the experience and proven track record of EMCOR UK in providing all aspects of facilities management services in highly secure government, defence, pharmaceutical and high-tech manufacturing sectors.

EMCOR UK will be responsible for services provision that includes mechanical and electrical maintenance (M&E), projects, waste and laundry services and cleaning across the 43 buildings that make up the site. There will also be the requirement to accommodate complex, high-tech and secure elements of the site, which include laboratory-cleaning rooms with humidity and temperature control.

Keith Chanter, CEO, EMCOR UK, said: “We are proud to be selected by DECA as a service provider and with our expertise in collaborative business relationships we are confident we can support DECA in meeting their business goals. EMCOR UK is looking forward to working closely with DECA to innovate its facilities and help ensure the long-term sustainability of its diverse assets.

"The contract further strengthens EMCOR UK’s position in the region, where we presently work with customers in the pharmaceutical, aerospace and utility sectors.”

 

 

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