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16 August 2022

Robertson Facilities Management looks to replicate previous success on the new £35B Crown Commercial Services Framework

Robertson Facilities Management (FM) has secured a place on the Management and Workplace Services Framework (RM6232) which will span over four years.

Robertson FM has secured a place on both Lots applied for on the new Crown Commercial Services, Facilities Management and Workplace Services Framework - RM6232.

The framework was evaluated with quality being the main criteria as opposed to commercial. This highlights the high-quality services provided by Robertson FM.

Robertson FM has over twenty years of experience in the industry and acceptance on the framework, which will be in place for the next four years, will allow Robertson FM to deliver hard and soft facilities services to a range of public sector customers.

Noreen Winhall, commercial director, Buildings at Crown Commercial Services, said: "The Facilities Management and Workplace Services framework is a key part of our suite of buildings frameworks. We can support our customers through the whole lifecycle of a major project - from inception, through facilities management, to demolition, aggregating public sector buying power to grow the UK economy.

"The new framework has the Government's latest policy priorities baked in, enabling better outcomes on key social value priorities like modern slavery, providing opportunities for SMEs and VCSEs, and carbon reduction."

With this framework there is real focus on social value which supports one of the UK Governments strategic objectives.

Adrian Mole, managing director, Robertson Facilities Management, said: "We are looking forward to continuing our collaboration with Crown Commercial Services and maintaining our strong relationship. If we continue to deliver like we have done on previous iterations, this will be a success for the business."