Feeney will be responsible for leading the finance and commercial teams at the G4S FM head office in Banbury G4S Facilities Management has appointed Tom Feeney as its new Finance Director. Effective immediately, Feeney will be responsible for finances across the UK, Ireland, the Channel Islands and Isle of Man, as well as leading the finance and commercial teams at the G4S FM head office in Banbury. Feeney has been with G4S FM for just over a year and previously held the role of Head of Finance and Commercial. In his new position, he will manage the finances across 60 single, bundled and total facilities management contracts, in a business with an annual turnover of around £300 million. Before joining G4S FM in July 2014, Feeney was Commercial Finance Director at United Technologies Actuation Systems and prior to that, the firm’s aftermarket Finance Director. He has also held director-level roles in FM businesses including Rentokil Initial and Capita. Feeney trained as a management accountant before embarking on a successful career in the service and outsourcing sectors. He said, “I’m delighted to accept the new role at this exciting and pivotal time for the G4S FM business as we continue to grow in the commercial sector. In the year that I have been with the business we have developed some exciting plans for our service lines and made great inroads into the commercial sector, so it is a great time to be so directly involved in supporting the business.” Darren Jones, interim Regional Managing Director at G4S FM said: "We are delighted to appoint Tom to the Finance Director role within G4S Facilities Management. His extensive sector experience means he is well positioned to help us to drive the financial performance of the company as we look to exceed our targets in the FM market." G4S Facilities Management creates flexible solutions to deliver safe and secure environments. It has an annual turnover of around £300 million and employs over 7,000 staff across the UK, Ireland and the Channel Islands. G4S FM offers total facilities management, cleaning, catering, security, hard FM and service desk services to contracts within the commercial, healthcare, education, and central government sectors. Customers include the NHS, Food Standards Agency, Met Office, Rio Tinto, Aggregate Industries, HMRC and General Dynamics.
Gordon has extensive sector experience & will help G4S deliver growth strategy G4S Facilities Management, the FM division of global security company G4S plc, has appointed Gordon Brockington as its new Strategy and Business Development Director. Previously Group Business Development Director at ESG and prior to that, Director for Market Development for Balfour Beatty Construction Services UK, Gordon has significant experience in both the public and private sectors, having worked with central and local Government departments throughout the UK. His expertise stretches across business and market strategy, outsourcing, contract management and executive leadership within a number of industries. Extensive sector experience G4S FM Interim Regional Managing Director, Darren Jones, said: "I would like to welcome Gordon to the G4S Facilities Management business. With his extensive sector experience he is well placed to help us deliver our growth strategy in both the public and commercial sectors, as we look to strengthen our position in the UK, Channel Islands and Ireland FM markets." Gordon Brockington said, "I am delighted to be joining the FM business at G4S. This is a hugely exciting opportunity and I am very much looking forward to working to increase market share and realise the potential of the business as a whole." Before Balfour Beatty, Gordon spent a number of years with Morrison Facilities Services and Iron Mountain. Following graduation, Gordon joined the Royal Navy, rising to the post of Executive Officer, HMS Sandown.
G4S to deliver catering, cleaning, security and grounds maintenance at Bayer House G4S Facilities Management has won a contract to deliver total facilities management to Bayer, at the global pharmaceutical company’s UK and Ireland headquarters in Newbury, Berkshire. Under the contract, which starts on 1 April, G4S FM will deliver catering, cleaning, security, reception, helpdesk, mailroom, building and grounds maintenance to the 450 staff based at Bayer House, located on a 3.6 acre site in the heart of the town centre. Extensive tender review process The announcement follows an extensive tender review process designed to consolidate the delivery of Bayer’s FM services under a single supplier for the first time. The 30 Bayer employees and contractors affected will be given the opportunity to transfer across to G4S FM. As part of the new relationship, G4S FM is refurbishing and re-launching the employee restaurant; introducing new cleaning equipment including washing machines, dryers and back-pack vacuums, as well as a new cleaning product dispenser system, to improve quality and efficiency; and using new technology to improve service delivery. New and positive approach to managing the site “G4S FM will bring a new and positive approach to managing the site. This is their core business and Bayer will benefit hugely from a modern approach using best practice experience, new technology and expertise from other sites,” said David Nicholls, Head of Property and Site Services at Bayer plc. “While many of the FM services carried out in Bayer House have worked well for a number of years, the opportunity a fresh partnership with G4S provides is enormous. We continue to develop towards a new and exciting future as a Life Sciences company and the building environment is incredibly important in supporting the business through these changes,” he added. “We are delighted to have won this contract and are looking forward to developing an enduring relationship with Bayer. We will be delivering significant benefits, including better services for building users, greater flexibility in the management of Bayer House and multi-skilling opportunities for employees,” said G4S FM Interim Regional Managing Director Darren Jones.
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