The Defence Infrastructure Organisation’s United States Forces prime contract combines four existing facilities support contracts for the first time.
These cover the six United States Air Force main bases here and their associated satellite sites.
Interserve will provide a combination of total facilities management and engineering services maintenance for the 48th Fighter Wing, 100th Air Refuelling Wing and 501st Combat Support Wing.
The five-year partnership begins in November 2016 with the amalgamation of contracts designed to drive greater efficiencies, allow flexibility to accommodate changes in estate requirements and funding in the future, while providing vital support to US Air Force military operations and training.
Adrian Ringrose, chief executive of Interserve, said: “Bringing the United States Air Force’s facilities management under a single arrangement is a significant undertaking, but one which will undoubtedly deliver real synergies and greater flexibility for our client.
“We look forward to expanding our longstanding partnership with the Defence Infrastructure Organisation and to building a strong relationship with the US Air Force.”