Worksmart Contracts were delighted to be able to attend Mitie’s 8th annual SME forum in Livingston on the 24th May 2022. The event was a great success with two hundred suppliers attending in person from throughout Scotland and beyond.
Hosted by Mitie Engineering Services Regional Director, Raymond Murray, we listened to a number of factual presentations from a full range of Directors, Key Account Managers and other members of the Senior Management Team. This gave us the opportunity to gain an understanding of a number of different departments of the business and how we can work more effectively together to deliver on all projects, regardless of size or sector. It was fantastic to be able to do a deeper dive into Mitie to explore the breadth of services that the company provides while also gaining an understanding of the size and scale of the projects they deliver. It was obvious to us that they have a clear vision for the future and a passion for providing a first-class service to all of their clients.
We were delighted that our efforts were mentioned on a few occasions when discussing a number of their key projects over the years. It was a proud moment to see images from our previous projects on screen during the presentation. It was also a further bonus to hear that Scotland are the strongest performers when it comes to Health & Safety related matters.
Values and vision along with culture and social value commitments are the cornerstone of any business. Worksmart Contracts are constantly striving for successful tendering, top class project management and the safe execution of quality work. We will continue to grow our relationship and develop with Mitie as they continue their structured growth plans and learn how we can work with them and others in the FM world successfully. We look forward to “helping Mitie deliver the exceptional everyday.’’
Well done to Raymond and all the presenters, the Mitie teams who engaged after the presentation and to those who facilitated the event itself.
Thanks to Alistair Farquhar for the permission to use some of his pro shots.