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Sodexo to support The Insolvency Services’ Transforming Workplaces Project

The Insolvency Service has awarded Sodexo a three-year contract to provide strategic programme and advisory services to support its ‘Transforming Workplaces Project’.

Sodexo’s Property Professional Services business will partner with construction and property consultancy, Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB), to support The Insolvency Service to rationalise and transform its existing estate and help deliver the five-year programme of major and minor fitouts, building closures and disposals.

Together they will deliver a range of services including:

  • strategic and advisory services
  • commercial and procurement advice and support (provided by RLB)
  • project management (provided by RLB)
  • space and design expertise
  • support and advice on move management
  • principal designer services (provided by RLB)
  • assurance for projects and delivery

Dan Weiss, MD of Sodexo’s Property Professional Services said: “We are delighted to be appointed as a strategic partner to The Insolvency Service to help rationalise and transform their estate. We look forward to working together with The Insolvency Service and RLB to bring to life their vision which is aligned to the Government Property Strategy for a smaller, better and greener estate.”

Sodexo’s services have been procured via the Crown Commercial Service Estate Management Framework (RM 6168) where Sodexo is a supplier on three lots:

Lot 1 – Total Estate Management

  • Estate asset and property management
  • Agency and lease management

Lot 4 – Surveying and Strategic Advice

  • Technology based surveys, studies and strategy
  • Procurement managed services

Lot 7 – Integrator

  • Systems and helpdesk
  • Performance and supplier management

The framework has recently been extended by a year expiring in July 2025.

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