Bouygues Energies & Services is a customer-centric facilities management and energy performance partner. We specialise in the diverse services and support needed to create and maintain efficient, comfortable and safe places to work or visit. Our dedicated and professional teams quietly ensure that offices, schools, public buildings, industrial facilities and healthcare environments are all operating as they should.
Fundamentally, we save money and protect resources for the long-term through improved efficiency. By investing in working partnerships, we facilitate positive and lasting change.
Bouygues Energies & Services operates in over 25 countries worldwide and is part of the Bouygues Group – a global brand employing over 127,000 people in 100 countries within the construction, civil works, energy, services, telecommunications and media sectors.
Sponsored through the CR committee, we assisted Xaviate, a startup company, who were looking to develop drone surveys in commercial property. This funding allowed Xaviate to obtain the required Civil Aviation licences to allow permission to fly drones for commercial purposes.
As a result, for the first time last year, our maintenance team carried out a number of aerial surveys on behalf of our clients, Barnet General Hospital (BGH) and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), as part of the Hard FM maintenance carried out at each site.
We recently told that throughout 2016, as part of our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), we have stepped up our internal Health & Wellbeing initiatives. Since then, we have held the first of several Disability Network meetings at our Head Office: Becket House.
In August 1999, we proudly partnered with King’s College London to deliver a long-term public, private partnership (PPP). The ongoing 25-year contract focuses on the refurbishment, lifecycle replacement, and operational facilities management services across two of its buildings to deliver world-class services for this world-class university.
As part of our commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), our Human Resources department recently volunteered to team up with ER events, to run an ‘Employability Day’ with secondary school pupils at Prendergast Vale School in Lewisham.
This was a full day event where students were invited to take part in a range of interactive activities, aimed to develop their employability skills, including mastering an application form and preparing for interviews.
In 1972, Georgina Lynn responded to an advertisement in ’The Lady’ magazine for the position of Assistant Domestic Superintendent at the West Middlesex University Hospital (WMUH).
A year later, following her successful appointment, Gina was promoted to Domestic Superintendent alongside a team of ten senior and first line supervisors. With it came the responsibility of a workforce of 300 domestic staff; spending the majority of her time as a hands on Manager, providing patient and ward-based services to improve and maintain quality standards.
Cidalia has worked at Bouygues for over six years and now looks after a team of administrators, as well as our service desk that receives an average of 10,000 calls a month.