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ENGIE wins 5-year deal with TfL

ENGIE has won a major five-year contract with TfL (Transport for London) to deliver a range of maintenance services across over 500 locations.

Under the terms of the deal,  ENGIE will provide planned and reactive maintenance for mechanical and electrical systems, fire detection and suppression systems across the London Underground network. Maintenance of fire safety systems will also be provided for TfL’s other offices and facilities.

Service delivery by around 330 ENGIE employees will be supported by a 24/7 helpdesk, computer aided facilities management (CAFM) software and hand-held technology for operatives. The contract will also provide TfL with access to ENGIE’s energy management capabilities. The ability to self-deliver the required services will be a key element in ENGIE delivering a successful contract.

Wilfrid Petrie, CEO of ENGIE in the UK & Ireland, commented: “ENGIE is committed to improving the lives of the communities and customers we serve. In helping to improve performance and efficiency in London’s transport systems our input will have wide-ranging, beneficial effects for the millions of people who travel in the capital every day.”

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