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Contract win sees Salisbury Group enter local government market

Facilities management and maintenance company, Salisbury Group, has secured a three-year contract with Aylesbury Vale District Council (AVDC), marking the firms entry into the local government sector.

The contract includes the provision of mechanical and electrical planned and reactive maintenance services to all Council sites and facilities across the Vale.

Salisbury Group will apply its central government expertise and multi-site, mobile engineering capabilities to support AVDC in achieving its strategic goals.

Ed Swales, CEO of Salisbury Group, said: “This is an important milestone for Salisbury Group as we enter the local government sector. This is the first step in a strategy to take the experience we have gained from working with central government and use it to bring value to another public sector environment. We are fortunate to have gained a client that has a clear vision for what it wants to deliver for its residents. We are committed to supporting AVDC by providing high quality services at excellent value for the people of Aylesbury Vale.”

The two organisations are now working closely together to mobilise the contract, with services due to commence on 1 April 2018.

The Council has the option to extend the contract by a further two years.

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