Imtech Inviron has won two new NHS contracts to maintain 75 properties on behalf of the Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (HPFT) and Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust (HCT).
Commencing on 1 April 2021, the contracts which have a combined value in excess of £18 million, will see Imtech Inviron deliver a variety of estate services including mechanical and electrical maintenance, energy focused asset management and fabric and grounds maintenance.
Inviron will self-deliver a high proportion of the services, underpinned by its leading technology MI platform. Accurate and real time and predictive information will ensure the Trusts and Inviron’s front line teams can optimise the estates performance and prevent any potential non-availability of these critical facilities.
Noel Clancy, Managing Director at Imtech Inviron said: “Healthcare is a key primary sector for Imtech Inviron and our wider group and we are delighted to add this partnership with HPFT and HCT to our existing NHS portfolio.
“We believe there is an opportunity to improve the service levels currently provided by the private sector in the NHS and we aim to give this client and their patients the service, care and attention they need and deserve. We look forward to building an exceptional relationship with both Trusts over the coming years.”
Dean Raffles, Head of Operations – Estates & Facilities, Hertfordshire NHS Trust commented: “Throughout the tender process Imtech Inviron demonstrated a comprehensive understating of the Trusts objectives, building their service delivery model with a focus on quality, compliance, self-delivery and innovation. Working in partnership with Imtech Inviron, we look forward to working together and succeeding by delivering a better experience to our service users and trust sponsors.”
HPFT deliver mental health and learning disability services to all ages whilst HCT provide community services for every stage of life.