Strategic Team Group wins place on RBS Group CAI framework

Jun 2012
Strategic Team Group wins place on RBS Group CAI

Construction firm, Strategic Team Group, which specialises in repair and maintenance, has been appointed by The Royal Bank of Scotland Group to work on the organisation's Cyclical Asset Investment CAI programme framework.

The CAI programme, which focuses on the repair and / or replacement of key building services and property assets, will see Strategic Team Group carry out asset replacement works across the banking and financial services company's full portfolio in the north of England and Scotland, including retail, corporate and investment operations.

The basis of the annual works programme will be developed by conducting detailed facilities audits and condition assessments at each site, followed by planned restoration work to extend the facility's life. Also included within the overall programmes is the Emergency Investment Programme which will focus on more immediate unplanned works.

Commenting on the appointment, Strategic Team Group's business development director, Charles Tweed said:

"The renewal and replacement needs will vary by region, building type, the extent of facilities wear and tear, and quality of original construction and maintenance management. We are delighted to have been selected by The Royal Bank of Scotland for this important framework and to be playing such a vital role in the long-term, planned asset replacement within their property portfolio to ensure business as usual for customers and staff alike whilst minimising financial impact."

Strategic Team Group's maintenance team currently handle the requirements of over 5000 properties within the public and private sector from Aberdeen to Southampton and Liverpool to Hull. As well as specialising in maintenance, Strategic Team Group provides high quality construction services in social and affordable housing, care & health, education, commercial and transport sectors.

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