Case Studies

Facilities Management

iomart

  • Client :
    iomart
  • Location:
    8 UK Data Cantres
  • Contract Start:
    2012
  • Value:
    £500k pa

In August 2012 FES FM was appointed to provide planned and reactive Mechanical, Electrical & Fabric Maintenance requirements at iomart’s UK Data Centres, including locations is London, Maidenhead, Glasgow, Nottingham and Leicester.  

Since award a further 3 data centres have been added to the portfolio.

The iomart Group is one of Europe’s leading providers of managed hosting and cloud computing services. iomart Group specialises in the design, delivery and management of business-critical hosting services enabling companies and organisations to reduce the cost, complexity and risks associated with maintaining their own web and online applications.

FES FM and the FES Group of companies are also providing a wide range of technical services to support the operational requirements at each of these Data Centres.

Iomart promote as part of their marketing “100 % up time” and FES FM supports this through our focused delivery to the data centres across the UK by  the provision of the following services:

  • Planned and reactive Mechanical & Electrical Infrastructure and Environmental Systems Maintenance
  • Planned and Reactive Fabric Maintenance
  • Project Management
  • Helpdesk Services

Neil Johnston, Group Technical Operations Director for iomart Group plc, said: “iomart is delighted to appoint FES FM to support the future delivery of critical maintenance services to its UK data centre operations. FES FM and the FES Group’s experience, methodology and in-house self-delivery capability matches our own commitment to providing the highest levels of service and best practice to our own customers." 

"The appointment of FES FM means iomart Group can centralise all its maintenance needs with a single contractor, allowing us to develop a robust maintenance operation with a high level of cost certainty that demonstrates real value for money. It will also make it a lot easier to bring further improvements and efficiency innovations to our data centres in the future.”