Balfour Beatty hosts support services day
15 June 2011
Balfour Beatty, the international infrastructure group, is hosting a presentation for analysts at the National Operations Centre in Manchester today to showcase its support services division following the success of the professional services teach-in hosted in New York last year.
Support services is a dynamic area of our business where the nature of services, types of contracts and competitive landscape are evolving, particularly in the local authority, facilities management and power markets. During the afternoon, Balfour Beatty management will make presentations focusing on the characteristics of this marketplace and the opportunities which the Group is pursuing.
The presentations and speakers’ notes will be made available on the Company’s website, www.balfourbeatty.com/investors on 16 June 2011.
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Notes to Editors:
Balfour Beatty (www.balfourbeatty.com) is a world-class infrastructure group with capabilities in professional services, construction services, support services and infrastructure investments.
We work in partnership with our customers principally in the UK, continental Europe, the US, South-East Asia, Australia and the Middle East, who value the highest levels of quality, safety and technical expertise.
Key infrastructure markets include transportation (roads, rail and airports); social infrastructure (education, specialist healthcare, and various types of accommodation); utilities (water, gas and power transmission and generation) and commercial (offices, leisure and retail).
The Group delivers services essential to the development, creation and care of these infrastructure assets including project design, financing and management, engineering and construction, and facilities management services.
Balfour Beatty employs 50,000 people around the world.
Balfour Beatty’s Support Services division is a leading provider of facilities management, business services outsourcing, utility infrastructure, rail renewals and highways management.
In 2010, Support Services’ revenue was £1.43 billion, with the majority of work generated from the public and regulated sectors in the UK.