ENGIE London & Herts Contract have been based at St Mark’s Studios, Office 9, since August 2016. The team say, “Since moving in we have received continuous help and guidance from Tracey Wallace, Centre Manager at St Mark’s Studios, and could not have asked for a better experience whilst being here.”
“With most of our schools based in the Islington area, St. Mark’s Studios is the ideal location for our office to be based. We hope to stay situated here for the foreseeable future and look forward to many more happy experiences and memories to be made here.”
ENGIE, which was formed in 1816, is a leading Energy and Services company which focuses on three key activities: Production and Supply of Energy, Facilities Management and Regeneration. Globally, ENGIE Services employs over 150,000 people worldwide.
“ENGIE is a very large company with large very resources to look after their teams” says Tracey, “but it is important for us to support all clients at St. Mark’s regardless of their size. Each day we try to offer the best possible experience for our clients and their customers and I am delighted to know that our efforts are appreciated”.
Engie London and Hertfordshire Schools contract provides Hard and Soft services in Facilities Management for our clients, which include schools in the Islington, Ealing, Southwark and Hertfordshire areas. ENGIE has the resources, skills and expertise to offer the full range of facilities management and maintenance services. But they offer much more than that. In a rapidly changing world, they recognise that businesses are facing huge challenges to remain competitive as they try to manage rising labour costs, the pace of technological change and the costs of managing large property portfolios. That’s why they offer more than a simple shopping list of facilities management services. We offer fully integrated solutions that combine facilities and energy services to address the specific challenges facing your organisation.
ENGIE are also carry out charity and community engagement events every year which have previously included dressing as superheroes and doing an Abseil down the ArcelorMittal Orbit at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in which we raised money for our chosen charities, running marathons and also playing football with the students at their schools.