BGIS is very pleased to announce the award of the Infrastructure Support Services Agreement with the NSW Department of Communities and Justice. This win builds on BGIS’ 13-year collaborative partnership with the Department and Customer Agencies. The large-scale portfolio of approx. 700 buildings includes courthouses, youth justice, correctional facilities, office buildings, car parks, training centres and residential properties. The properties are located in Sydney and across regional NSW, and include state of the art modern facilities as well as buildings of historical significance. The comprehensive scope of services includes transition in services, data rectification services, asset management, facilities management, project management, financial management, and as required property services and capital works projects.
A strong focus for the Department is on transformation in the delivery of services and BGIS has demonstrated that we can raise the bar even higher. A progressive feature of the new contract is the sustainability action plans that are aligned to the Department’s objectives and the Premier’s priority to reduce recidivism. The plans address Indigenous participation, regional and small medium enterprises engagement, disability engagement, and apprenticeship and trainee engagement, and build on the existing contractual accomplishments in social responsibility.
“BGIS is thrilled to continue our long-term partnership and deliver services aligned to the Department’s goals and objectives,” said BGIS President and Managing Director Dana Nelson. “We believe the key factors to our success are our client focused technology solutions, our proven ability to innovate, and the trusted working relationships we have built.”
This contract will continue to be led by Account Director Craig Schofield for an initial term of seven years, with an optional six years.