Three London flagship offices have been added to the ongoing contract between KPMG and Norland, following the recent renewal of a deal covering Scottish and Northern England premises between the two companies.
Norland first began working for KPMG, providing services to manage its estate, in 2004 and the intervening period has seen the relationship develop in a number of areas.
The launch of a computer-aided facilities management system in 2008 is listed as a major development.
The CAFM system holds asset lists and planned maintenance schedules for each site and schedules reflect the status and criticality of each asset to the KPMG core business, says Norland.
Norland managing director Kevin Lynn said: ”We’ve worked with KPMG for many years which has allowed us to be really innovative.
“As a client, KPMG are always pushing for better ways of working but in a way which benefits all parties and we’re always ready to rise to this challenge.”