Servest wins £1m contract with Kingston upon Hull City Council

14 February 2017 by
Servest wins £1m contract with Kingston upon Hull City Council

Foodservice and facilities management company Servest has won a five-year contract worth £1m with Kingston upon Hull City Council.

The contract will see Servest's Catering Academy deliver services to three PFI Extra Care Housing facilities in Hull.

The first site was opened in December 2016, with residents moving in from January 2017. The two remaining sites will take in residents in April and July 2017.

The PFI Extra Care Houses were launched as part of Hull Council's Extra Care PFI Project which aims to "increase the choices available to people, as they grow older, about where they live, whilst also addressing the needs of younger people who need social care and support to live independently."

The Extra Care facilities will provide 316 one and two bedroom apartments, with fully fitted out and maintained catering kitchens and restaurants, including a café for residents, with staff and carers onsite.

The contract, which received four tenders, was awarded to Servest was weighted 60% quality to 40% price.

There is an option to extend this contract for up to two years.

Servest acquired the independent contract catering company, Catering Academy, in November 2016.

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