ISS eyes up five-year Moorfields extension

16 September 2016 | Jamie Harris

Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in London has extended its contract with service provider ISS in a deal worth up to £10 million.

 

The five-year contract, which is an extension of the original 2009 deal and has an option for a further two-year extension, will see ISS continue to provide healthcare cleaning services at the specialist hospital.

 

The renewed contract also includes manned guarding services.

 

Dean Gornall, Moorfields’ head of facilities, said: “The ISS submission with a strong local leadership presence allowed the tendering panel to conclude that ISS were the right company to manage these services. Moorfields looks forward to continuing a successful and productive partnership.”

 

The win follows recent contract awards for ISS at Hitachi Rail Europe, Middlesex University, and Arun Council in West Sussex.

 

Last month, it reported organic revenue growth of 3.8 per cent for the first half of 2016. Group CEO Jeff Gravenhorst was confident of continued growth, despite uncertainty in the market, and despite total revenue growth decreasing by 1 per cent, which the business attributes to currency effects.

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