Client: Department for Work and Pensions Services: PFI/PPP Expiry, Handback and Statutory Compliance Location: Nationally Sector: Commercial Project Summary: The PRIME contract was an £13.3bn, 20 year outsource contract consisting…
Expiry and Hand
The Opex team consists of some of the only people experienced in managing the Expiry and Hand-back of PFI/PPP contracts, having managed the Commercial and Technical close of an £11bn, 750 building PFI contract. We have also consulted on over 175 PFI projects across key sectors.
The Opex team consists of some of the only people experienced in managing the Expiry and Hand-back of PFI/PPP contracts, having managed the Commercial and Technical close of an £11bn, 750 building PFI contract.
So that builds are handed back as the contract envisaged, at contract expiry, there is a need to manage and ensure all technical aspects of the FM contract have been met by the FMCo. This includes all aspects of Joint Inspections Retention Works, Lifecycle Works, PPM and Reactive records.
Which Service and When
Invariably a degree of commercial settlement will be required as the contract comes to a close, hopefully, agreed amicably. Opex works with you to help ensure you are protected and positioned to achieve the outcome you want from the contract Expiry, including managing any disputes that arise.
We will support you in ensuring your Expiry process is aligned with the wider organisation objectives and goal. There are a plethora of considerations to account for which we will help you consider.
Steve has over 30 years’ experience in the construction and FM industries with the last 20 years in FM Project Management and Facilities Management consultancy. Steve has worked for leading FM service providers and acted as Technical Advisor for many clients.
Ben has over 10 years’ experience working as a specialist Facilities Management Consultant. Ben provides cross-sector and cross-industry learning to his clients utilising his experience built from clients in the private-sector. Ben’s experience includes the high-value commercial negotiations to the close of an £13.3bn PFI contract