27 February 2012
H&J Martin Facilities Management has won a five-year contract with the Northern Ireland government agency Health & Social Care, Business Services Organisation (HSC BSO).
The deal covers five sites in central and greater Belfast and started on 1 January.
The HSC BSO was created in April 2009 to provide a broad range of regional business support functions and specialist professional services to the health and social care sector in Northern Ireland.
This includes the distribution of medical supplies, through legal and procurement support functions for each of the Health & Social Care Trusts.
H&J Martins services include reception and switchboard, helpdesk, manned and electronic security, mail and messenger services
, porterage, printing and reprographics, waste management, and mechanical and electrical services.
The company builds, maintains, fits out and develops offices, shopping centres, housing and municipal buildings in the UK, Ireland and Europe.
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