Bilfinger Europa has won a six figure, two-year contract to provide facility services on behalf of Cadw, the Welsh Government’s historic environment service.
Under the terms of the deal, Bilfinger Europa will provide cleaning, grounds maintenance and mechanical and electrical services to 122 sites in total consisting of visitor centres, historic estates and landmark sites including Britain’s second largest castle Caerphilly Castle, the World Heritage Site of the Castles and Town Walls of Edward I in Gwynedd and Tintern Abbey; Wales’ first Cistercian foundation.
Cadw works for an accessible and well-protected historic environment for Wales. They conserve the heritage to help people understand and care about their history and help to sustain the distinctive character of Wales.
Commenting on the contract win, Greig Brown, Bilfinger Europa chief executive, said:
“Successfully securing this contract with Cadw links perfectly with our existing relationship with English Heritage to demonstrate Bilfinger Europa’s expertise in sympathetically delivering facility services within areas of significant historical importance.”