Sally Anne Minty-Gravettas, a Serco swim instructor at AquaSplash Jersey has been awarded an MBE (‘Member of the British Empire’) in Her Majesty’s Birthday Honours list.
Craig Thomson has taken over as Serco’s new Custodial Operations Director at HMP Thameside in South East London. Craig is a highly respected and experienced Prison Director, who comes to Thameside from HMP Kilmarnock in Scotland where he has worked for the past three years.
The Catering team at Forth Valley Royal Hospital - including Scottish FM professional of the year, Anne Davidson - are set to appear in BBC Scotland’s ‘Landward’ this Friday 3 June showing how Serco is transforming hospital food with fresh, local produce and the benefits this brings to patient care.
Serco Group plc (Serco), the international service company, today provides an update on financial performance which has been stronger than we anticipated in the first four months of the year. This is in large part due to the successful outcome of a number of commercial negotiations. The nature of most of the items driving the stronger performance is that they will sharply increase profits in the first half, but will not repeat in subsequent periods.
Serco Group plc (Serco), the international service company, has been notified by Transport Scotland that it has been unsuccessful in its bid to operate the Clyde and Hebrides Ferries Services (CHFS). Serco’s bid sought certain changes to commercial terms aimed at striking a balance between the risks and rewards involved, but in so doing the bid was deemed non-compliant by Transport Scotland
Serco’s Marine Services team has brought into service its 30th new vessel. SD Angeline is now operating on the River Clyde in support of Serco’s contract to provide marine services to the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) in Scotland.
Anne Davidson, Serco’s Catering Manager at Forth Valley Royal Hospital has been crowned ‘Facilities Management (FM) Professional of the Year’ in the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) Scotland Awards 2016.
Serco’s International Fire Training Centre (IFTC) has become the first organisation in the UK - and only the second in Europe - to receive international approval for its fire training service from the International Civil Aviation Authority (ICAO).
Serco’s Marine Services team yesterday (Thursday 5 May) helped North Ayrshire Council securely transport ballot boxes full of votes for the Scottish Parliament election from the islands to the mainland for counting.
Serco has appointed Faye Shaw as the new Managing Director for its UK Citizen Services business, which includes the company’s employment, skills and enterprise operations and employee support and customer contact services for the public sector.
Serco Group plc (Serco), the international service company, announces that, further to selection as preferred tenderer on 29 October 2015, its wholly-owned subsidiary DMS Maritime Pty Ltd (DMS Maritime) has now signed the contract for the Design, Build, Operation and Maintenance (DBOM) of the new icebreaker Research and Supply Vessel (RSV) for the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) of the Department of the Environment.
Serco, working in partnership with East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust, has won a national industry award for its work to improve patient catering services in East Kent. The inaugural Hospital Caterers’ Association (HCA) “6Cs Award” is one of only five awards handed out by the industry body in recognition of work to improve patient catering services.
Serco has appointed Aaron Henricksen to lead its newly created Employment, Skills and Enterprise business within the company’s Citizen Services offering in the UK. The new business - which brings together those working in welfare services, vocational services and Peninsula Enterprise - reinforces Serco’s commitment to the employment support sector as the industry today celebrates the first ever UK Employability Day.
Following the conclusion of the Trial of Facts in relation to Humphrey Burke, Rupert Soames, Serco Group Chief Executive, said: “We were all appalled and deeply saddened by the killing of Lorraine Barwell by Humphrey Burke. Our thoughts are with her family and friends at this time and on behalf of everyone at Serco I want to send them our sincerest sympathies and condolences.
Apprentices from across Serco have helped transform a popular youth centre in Ravenscroft, Hook.
The eight-strong team spent Friday 1 April redecorating The Base Youth Centre. The project involved giving the walls a fresh coat of paint and planting new flowers and shrubs in the outside space.
Serco’s in-house catering team at Forth Valley Royal Hospital, in collaboration with Glasgow-based fruit and vegetables suppler, Fáilte Produce and procurement partner e-foods, yesterday marked World Health Day 2016 with a special event in the hospital restaurant to promote the benefits of healthy eating.
Serco Inc., a provider of professional, technology, and management services, announced today that the Company has been awarded a new contract to deliver lifecycle sustainment support for the U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command’s (NAVFAC) command, control, communications, computers and intelligence (C4I) systems at locations worldwide. The five year contract and options are valued at $131 million. The contract was initially awarded in December 2015 and a stop work order was issued due to a protest which has been resolved.
Serco has been awarded a £5m contract to supply the German Air Force with equipment to support their fleet of Eurofighters.
Following a complete makeover, the new Virgin Trains and Caledonian Sleeper First Class Lounge at Edinburgh Waverley was opened today by Hearts director Ann Budge.
Michael Guy has taken over as Serco’s new Custodial Operations Director at HMP Kilmarnock. Michael is a highly respected and experienced Prison Director and comes to Kilmarnock from HMP Dovegate in Staffordshire where he has worked for the past two years.