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Welcome to the CIPS Total Facilities Management area working in partnership with Cofely UK. Cofely UK are one of the UK’s leading TFM providers and are part of the Engie group who are one of the largest providers of energy in the world.
In this area you will find regularly updated content to help and assist businesses and procurement professionals who want to understand how the procurement function operates within the TFM industry.

Welcome to the CIPS Total Facilities Management area working in partnership with Engie. The Engie group are one of the UK’s leading TFM providers and are part of the Engie group who are one of the largest providers of energy in the world.In this area you will find regularly updated content to help and assist businesses and procurement professionals who want to understand how the procurement function operates within the TFM industry.

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Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

Engie share their experience on how through the implementation of RPA, whereby a piece of software talks to another piece of software whilst using the human interface to allow this software robot to be trained to do the repetitive work of people to improve not only the quality and efficiency but also the level of accuracy of work.

 
Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

What is Facilities Management?

What is Facilities Management, do you understand how the industry operates and what it can provide to businesses of all sizes?

Strategic Decision Trees

Decision making process to outsource FM

Outsourcing Facilities Management is not a simple decision, the thought process behind this can raise many question over if it is right for your organisation.

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Decision making process to outsource FM

Case Study: Cofely implement new P2P system to futureproof business

With significant growth and acquisitions, Cofely needed to review their P2P systems to futureproof their business. Cofely’s Chief Procurement Officer Amber Ritson outlines the sourcing process undertaken through to the implementation of the solution to provide transparency and big data to underpin the future growth.

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Case Study: Cofely implement new P2P system to futureproof business

Strategic Decision Trees

To provide a clear, focussed approach and eliminate ambiguity, decision trees have been designed for key areas within Procurement. These are designed to aid and assist where Procurement should be involved, not just in the sourcing process but all so supplier performance, evaluation & even dispute resolution. Whether your approach is local, National or both take a look and see if they could benefit you.

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Strategic Decision Trees

A day in the life of the Engie procurement team

The diverse procurement team at Engie share insights into their background, responsibilities, categories and projects and key skills for CIPS members looking to enter into facilities management procurement.

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Decision making process to outsource FM

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Date: Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Since September 2016, all CSI-rated suppliers have provided additional data to support newly- introduced theme reports.

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CIPS Membership Review 2017

Date: Friday, February 17, 2017

The survey itself has been developed with the help of volunteer members to ensure that CIPS asks the right questions and better understands what matters to its key stakeholders.

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More practical information for Facilities Management in partnership with CIPS and Cofely

Date: Wednesday, July 22, 2015

CIPS announce new knowledge partnership with Cofely 

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Collaboration in FM: Integrated Supply Chain Management

This Guidance Note builds upon the earlier Supply Chain Relationship Management guidance to help you decide whether collaborative working or collaborative business relationships (CBR)...

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About Engie

About Engie

ENGIE is a leading energy and services Group employing 20,000 people in the UK across three main activities: services, energy solution and energy infrastructure.

ENGIE’s Services division is a leading UK provider of technical and facilities management services for companies and communities across public, private and healthcare sectors. With revenues of £1 billion, it provides solutions to a customer portfolio totalling over 25 million sq. m. of managed space across 14,000 sites.

Globally, ENGIE’s businesses are developed around a model based on responsible growth to take on the major challenges of energy’s transition to a low-carbon economy. The Group employs 154,950 people worldwide and achieved revenues of €69.9 billion in 2015.

Cofely GDF SUEZ is now ENGIE: www.engie.co.uk

Engie are committed to working in an effective way to create a positive lasting environmental, economic and social legacy. Engie views its performance not just in terms of financial metrics but acknowledge that a fuller understanding of "performance" must include wider social and environmental aspects. Their vision, titled 'Our Future', sets out how they will work with their clients, employees, suppliers and communities to achieve a sustainable future for all by: 

  • Delivering sustainable solutions through innovation
  • Supporting people and communities;
  • Being planet positive

 

Working closely with their supply chain is key to delivering their vision through innovative sustainable solutions. 'Our Future' is a "shared responsibility" meaning that everyone has their role to play.

Innovation Week 2016 Highlights

Cofely Awards and Accreditations

Cofely has PAS99 including ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 27001, and OHSAS 18001 accreditations which are certified by Det Norske Veritas Germanischer Lloyd.

In November 2013, Cofely received the highest accolade in the Mayor of London’s Green Procurement Code – the Gold Award. The Green Procurement Code is a sustainable procurement standard that provides certification to organisations that meet the Green criteria for procuring services and products. This is verified externally.

In addition to this, we have also won the following awards in the last three years:

  • 2010: BIFM Awards Finalist – Sustainability & Environmental Impact  
  • 2011: PFM Awards Winner – Partners in Expert Services
  • 2011: PFM Awards Overall Winner – Partnership of the Year 
  • 2011: Combined Heat & Power Association Awards Winner – Commercial & Public
  • 2012: H&V News Awards Winner – Major Project of the Year 
  • 2012: Combined Heat & Power Association Awards Finalist – Industrial
  • 2012: PFM Awards Winner – Partners in Public Access Facilities 
  • 2013: BIFM Awards Winner – Sustainability & Environmental Impact
  • 2013: PFM Awards Winner – Partners in Expert Services
  • 2013: PFM Awards Overall Winner – Partnership of the Year
  • 2014: PFM Awards Winner – Partners in Education Facilities
  • 2014: PFM Awards Winner – Partners in Public Sector
  • 2014: PFM Awards Overall Winner – Partnership of the Year
  • 2014: Combined Heat & Power Association Awards Winner – Public Sector, Cofely’s Birmingham DE Scheme
  • 2014: Combined Heat & Power Association Awards Highly Commended – Innovation, Cofely’s Coventry DE Scheme
  • 2014: BIFM Award Winner – Mark Leighton, FM Rising Talent
  • 2015: BIFM Award Winner - Societal Impact Award, Cofely & North East Lincolnshire Council – North East Lincolnshire Regeneration Partnership

 

BIFM   CHPA

Supply Chain Sustainablity School   Action Sustainability   GOLD

Press Releases

Name change - GDF SUEZ has announced that it is changing its name to ENGIE.  This exciting new chapter in the evolution of the Group will see the new identity systematically adopted by all businesses carrying the GDF SUEZ name.  The Group has indicated that it wants to streamline and simplify its portfolio of brands and trademarks to improve our visibility, recognition and overall consistency. The goal is ultimately One Company, One Brand across the World.

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Videos

The video below explains Cofely's new vision for sustainability, and reiterates their commitment to corporate social responsibility.


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Resources

Archive

Father Christmas - the demise of a Hero

With the Festive period upon us and the excitement of all thing’s Christmassy have you ever given thought to how much planning goes in to the preparation at the North Pole? How do you ‘Deliver ‘ Christmas ? What happens when things go wrong, supposing Santa couldn’t deliver and was removed from his role? Would Christmas still happen? What lessons could be learned?

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Subcontracting

What is the benefit to outsourcing & subcontracting works, could this provide a better solution than in house delivery?

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Subcontracting

Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)

SRM is the overarching strategic approach which can contribute effectively to organisational success. The guidance shares examples and tips of how SRM can be executed successfully in an organisation.

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Case Study

Collaborative working

Collaborative working can mean many things, whether it’s the start of a new company, Joint venture or a Partnership each can face challenges, it’s important to understand the end goal from the beginning and discuss open & honestly what each party aim’s to achieve, deliver & where there priorities lie. Cofely share their Collaborative working experience in one of their newest projects.

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Mobilisation

Mobilising a new FM contract is the act of assembling and making people, processes and systems ready to be embedded into the business. Below Cofely share tips on how to mobilise and FM contract along with a case study with Molson Coors and the stresses and successes of this mobilisation in practice.

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Strategic Decision Trees

 


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