NG Bailey’s Services division, which incorporates the recently-acquired Freedom business, has secured nine new client contracts, valued at more than £80 million during the second half of the year.
The deals include a contract renewal with UK Power Networks to manage and maintain the UK’s largest network of high voltage substation civil assets and grounds vegetation. The contract has been held since 2002 and the latest renewal will extend the relationship with the electrical distribution network operator for another four years. In addition, it has secured a further contract extension covering both overhead line works and distribution capital delivery services for UK Power Networks.
The Services division has also secured a contract with specialist property investors Capital and Regional. The three-year project will see NG Bailey deliver mechanical, electrical and building fabric maintenance to seven shopping centres throughout the UK.
Further contract wins have been secured for clients including Northern Powergrid, Next plc, Eurotunnel and the Port of Dover, where a new four-year project for M&E planned and reactive maintenance will be delivered.
Peter Jones, Managing Director of NG Bailey’s Services division, said: “It is great to see so many clients putting their trust in us to deliver, and the number of agreements being renewed demonstrates the level of service and expertise we offer our clients.
“The acquisition of Freedom, and the creation of our broader Services division, has enabled us to extend our range of services and develop a presence in new sectors. Freedom’s skills and expertise has increased our capabilities within electrical infrastructure and this, combined with our innovative approach to large engineering and services projects, has created strong growth opportunities for us and increased value for our clients.”