Tenos is pleased to announce that they have been awarded a contract to provide fire engineering advisory services and AutoCAD hosting to the public sector organisation, NHS Blood & Transplant.
This is a three-year contract with effect from 1 April 2015 until 31 March 2018, with the option to extend for a further four times one year extensions at the end of the initial period.
NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) is a specialist health authority within the National Health Service. It is responsible for optimising the supply of blood, organs and tissues, and raising the quality, effectiveness and efficiency of blood and transplant services.
NHSBT is a long-standing client of Tenos. We were first appointed in 2002 by this public sector organisation and for more than twelve years, we have acted as their national fire engineering consultants to help them cost-effectively manage fire safety at their 96 sites across the UK.
Tenos Director and lead fire engineering consultant for NHS Blood & Transplant, Dominic Vallely said:
“It is a privilege to have been retained by NHSBT as their preferred supplier for fire engineering strategy, design and management services.”
“By retaining us for a further three years, NHSBT can be assured of continuity of service from a team of industry-leading fire engineers who they know and trust.”
“We look forward to working with NHSBT over the next three years to ensure they continue to meet their fire safety legal obligations across a large and diverse portfolio of sites,” adds Dominic.
Under this contract, NHSBT will continue to utilise our online fire safety management system, Tenos Benchmark. Originally designed for this public sector, Tenos Benchmark enables NHSBT to cost-effectively manage fire safety across multiple sites by providing them with access to accurate and timely information via this secure online system.
Read our NHS Blood & Transplant case study.
Dominic retired as a director in June 2016, should you have any queries regarding this article please contact Geoff Marlow on 0161 872 6798.