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£200million contract awarded to maintain UK prisons

Carillion the British multinational facilities management and construction services company have been appointed by The UK Ministry of Justice alongside Infrastructure group Amey to manage and maintain its public sector prisons.

Two five year contracts awarded to Carillion are worth approximately £200million and will provide facilities management services for around 50 prisons in London, the east of England and the south west, south central and Kent and Sussex areas.

A further two five year contracts awarded to Amey will oversee prisons in the north as well as the Midlands and Wales.

Richard Howson, Carillion chief executive, said: “I believe this reflects our ability to provide fully integrated service solutions that are tailored to the needs of our customers, combined with a strong focus on quality and value for money. We look forward to working closely with the Ministry of Justice to support its objectives of providing more efficient, high-quality services in public prisons.”

Written by Nick Dereka, Head of Digital, Prime People Plc.