During 2019, Inspire integrated was actively engaged in the renewing of a significant number of its existing projects which had come to the end of their contractual term. All of those which came to fruition were re-awarded, either through the formal market testing or through 1-to-1 negotiation. The efforts of Inspire Integrated was in ensuring the re-securing of its current work order book, and the securing of the ENEC tender.
The most significant contract of 2019 is the ENEC Nuclear Power Plant, which comprised of some +450 service delivery personnel (in-house and outsourced) across 12 different service lines. Inspire Integrated was awarded this highly complex service contract after an extensive procurement exercise, on the basis of its experience of working in highly regulated compliance based environments, its service resilience structure and its HSE performance record.
Inspire Integrated’s approach is not to compete within the traditional the FM market, but one where it focusses working with a small number of high value clients, where it is able to make a strategic difference to its property and facilities portfolio.
Peter Fancy, Strategy & Business Growth Director, says: “Our strategy and business focus is on outcomes, and given the portfolio which we manage, we have identified that it is possible to maximise our 2019/2020 revenue and margin expectations through growing and maximising the additional work streams across our existing portfolio.
Inspire Integrated, formerly Multiplex Services, won the Middle East Most Promising Brand in Real Estate and Facility Management sector on 9 October. The award was presented by the World Federation of Marketing.