Keeping the UK running

Critical Infrastructure Services: responding to the COVID-19 outbreak

Keeping the UK running

Mitie’s role in maintaining critical infrastructure is fundamental. From energy to hazardous waste, critical asset maintenance to cleaning, and security to gritting, the services we provide help keep the UK running. And in these challenging times, we have never been more agile.

While the circumstances around the COVID-19 outbreak are constantly changing, our resolve and commitment remains unchanged. We are using all our knowledge, experience and resources to maximise safety and minimise disruption for our customers.

Although the challenges posed by the COVID-19 outbreak are unprecedented in scale and scope, Mitie’s agile response is proving instrumental in mitigating the impact of COVID-19 on the UK.

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Safeguarding colleagues

Mitie provides a vast breadth of services to many industries throughout the UK, but we cannot do so without our people. Their safety is paramount.

An enormous amount has been done to ensure the safety of colleagues and to enable us to continue to support our clients and their workplaces at this challenging time.

In regular contact with the UK Cabinet Office, our Critical Incident Team is constantly reviewing procedures and issues new guidance and updates on a daily basis.

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If you would like more information about Mitie’s Critical Infrastructure Services, please contact us using this form – a member of the Mitie team will contact you as soon as possible.

Mitie Energy: Reducing the cost of empty buildings

While occupancy levels have significantly dropped as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, our data shows that buildings are still consuming the same amount of energy.

There are significant opportunities to reduce and optimise sites, immediately reducing carbon output and saving money.

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Reduced Risk

There are significant risks associated with not maintaining buildings during the current pandemic. Mitie Technical Services have formulated a series of practical measures, designed to address four different site status.

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