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Bellrock secures place on CCS framework RM6232

Bellrock Property & Facilities Management has been awarded a place as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s Facilities Management and Workplace Services Framework, RM6232, Total Facilities Management Lots 1a / 1b and Hard Facilities Management, Lots 2a / 2b.

Crown Commercial Service (CCS) supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2020/21, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits equal to £2.04 billion – supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.

Bellrock has significant experience in the public sector, from local authorities to central government, schools and healthcare facilities, to deliver facilities and workplace management solutions, which are underpinned by its technology platform Concerto. Bellrock’s solutions help to drive organisations towards a fully optimised estate that is proactive and predictive, using the latest technologies to make data-driven decisions.

Bellrock currently manages over £1.7 billionn of FM spend for 1000+ customers across the UK. Clients typically experience a 10 per cent improvement in statutory compliance and up to a 33 per cent reduction in spend. This is backed up by in-house expertise across supply chain management, technical projects, asset capture, building surveys, risk assessments, and lifecycle management.

Valerie Miller, Sales & Marketing Director for Bellrock, said: “Being awarded a place on the CCS framework provides us with a platform to share our knowledge and expertise with government bodies across the UK, providing them with data and insight to make fully informed decisions. Our experience and relationships with over 120 government organisations mean that we are well-positioned to provide solutions to meet the current and future challenges of government estate directors.”

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