Incentive FM Secures New Deal with Dollar UK
Leading independent facilities services organisation Incentive FM Group has secured a significant three-year contract with Dollar UK. The company will provide a full range of facilities management and maintenance services across Dollar UK’s corporate offices and high street stores.
Incentive FM’s remit will comprise of property and estate management and building maintenance covering in excess of 250 branches of The Money Shop and Suttons & Robertsons, both Dollar UK brands, as well as two corporate offices in Nottingham and a further office premises in Bicester. Incentive FM will also provide dedicated reception services at the three office sites.
Dollar UK had previously managed its substantial portfolio of stores and office buildings internally, however following a strategic review of their global property management services the company identified Incentive FM as their outsourcing partner of choice, enabling Dollar UK to concentrate on its core business of providing consumer finance whilst benefiting from an enhanced service and improved efficiencies through self-delivery and procurement leverage.
Stuart Howard, CEO at Dollar UK, said:“This is a strategic decision, made by the Board, to ensure we can run our offices and estate under expert management via a client company that fits well with our ethos and values.This allows us to concentrate on our central business functions,whilst benefitting from the service Incentive FM can deliver.”
Martin Reed, Managing Director at Incentive FM Group, said: “Incentive FM is unrivalled in its ability provide world-class services right across the facilities management spectrum. We look forwarded to delivering exceptional results for Dollar UK and to developing a long and trusted partner relationship.”
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