Macro wins international SCB contract
Macro has won a massive contract with Standard Chartered Bank to manage the integrated facilities management (IFM), workplace services and project management portfolio
Macro international facilities management company has won a contract with Standard Chartered Bank.
The global integrated facilities management (IFM), workplace services and project management contract entails managing a 1.2 million square metre portfolio spread over four continents.
The five year contract will see Macro operating in South America and Pakistan while expanding in Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
Parent company Mace will provide project management and include cost management consultancy services for retail and commercial projects across 42 markets.
Located in South Africa, Mace will also provide a design production hub facility to support retail branch plans and workplace efficiency solutions throughout the regions.
Exploring workplace innovation opportunities for the bank will be undertaken by a Macro Workplace Effectiveness team, which will also be responsible for finding new ways of working with FM workplace services, workplace and office design, and occupancy management.
The full facilities management (FM) services will include the entire operational aspect of the mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP), janitorial, reception, security, pantry services, mail room, business support services, health and safety, as well as finance and procurement management.
Macro will take responsibility for services and energy management, with central monitoring of energy savings driving the bank’s sustainability goals. A 24/7 helpdesk and CAFM service will be self-delivered through Macro’s own fm24 business.
All services are to be provided to Standard Chartered Bank’s sites in both North and South America: the United States, Argentina, Brazil and Colombia. In the Middle East, the contract covers Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, UAE, Lebanon, Iraq, Egypt, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Pakistan. European countries include France, Germany, United Kingdom, Guernsey, Jersey, Falklands, Ireland, Sweden and Turkey. In Kenya, South Africa, Nigeria and Ghana, Macro will work in partnership with African FM provider, Tsebo.