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New deals see Carillion’s transport portfolio grow

With a number of new contract awards and extensions valued at over £5 million, Carillon has strengthened its portfolio in the transport and aviation markets.

Heathrow Airport Limited (HAL) awarded Carillion a one year contract, which commenced in January to provide soft and hard services to the Voyager House offices based on the airport complex. The new deal has further cemented Carillion’s partnership with HAL where it has been providing a range of facilities management services since 2009.

Carillion has also achieved an extension to its contract which provides a range of soft and hard services including helpdesk to the existing 57 stations from London Overground Rail Operations Limited (LOROL). The new 18 month deal which will start May 2015, will see Carillion service a further 24 stations on the West Anglia Line.

c2c Rail has also extended its longstanding rail contract with Carillion which has been in operation since May 2008. The extension sees Carillion continue to provide hard services to 26 stations on the Essex Thameside rail route as well as the c2c Rail headquarters in Cutlers Court, London.

Rick Murphy, customer business director for transport and aviation at Carillion commented:

“Our recent successes in this sector have stemmed from our existing relationships with our customers and are underpinned by our partnership approach to service delivery.  This is a real credit to our teams on the ground who have been delivering consistently excellent services to our customers over many years”.



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