Serco to support two Belgian military bases
Serco's Belgian subsidiary has received a contract from the Belgian Ministry of Defence to provide an integrated range of facilities management services on the Heverlee and Meerdaal military bases in Belgium, Serco announced on 13 March.
The contract, worth €30 million over ten-years, will see Serco provide an integrated range of services on the Heverlee and Meerdaal military bases including maintenance of buildings and infrastructure facilities, accommodation, pest control, winter services, landscaping, cleaning and restoration.
According to the company, this is the first time that the Belgian Ministry of Defence has outsourced the full management of the installations of a military base to a private company and will free up 61 military personnel to concentrate on their core mission.
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