Contract Wins

17 August 2004
Contract Wins

Energis contract Restaurants at Work, the Epsom-based business and industry caterer, has announced a three-year contract with communications company Energis at various UK locations. The turnover is £600,000.

Avenance at school Avenance has been awarded a one-year rolling contract at boarding school Malvern College in Worcestershire. The contract, which was previously in-house, employs 145 catering staff and has an annual turnover of £1.4m.

Eurest wins Sage deal Eurest, part of Compass Group, has won a five-year deal with accountancy firm the Sage Group at its new headquarters in Newcastle upon Tyne. The contract, with an annual turnover of £350,000, involves a staff restaurant in the atrium, a convenience store with food, as well as photo-developing and dry cleaning, and hospitality for the 1,000 Sage employees.

ESS offshore boost ESS Support Services Worldwide has won and renewed contracts with total sales of £40m for its offshore division. The new contract with Britannia Operator is to provide catering and hotel services on its platform in the North Sea. A five-year deal with Technip involves catering and housekeeping on Technip's ships. ESS, part of Compass Group, has also retained its 16-year offshore contract with Maersk Group.

ISS gets hospital job ISS Mediclean has started a five-year contract at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Trust in London. The contract, with annual sales of £7m, includes refurbishing the staff and visitors' catering facilities. The ground-floor coffee shop has been converted to a Costa outlet.

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