Over 500 properties composed of critical buildings and structures across the Yarra Ranges are to be maintained for the next four years by specialist facilities maintenance services provider, Programmed.
From 1 January 2023, the Yarra Ranges Council entered into a partnership with specialist facilities maintenance services provider, Programmed, to help maintain over 500 properties in the Yarra Ranges composed of critical buildings and structures.
In light of this partnership, Programmed Facility Management CEO, Graeme Hurn, said, “Yarra Ranges Council is one of Victoria’s largest municipalities and is recognised for its rich cultural heritage, mountainous landscapes, and diverse habitats. We are honoured to partner with Yarra Ranges Council to safeguard and preserve these important and much-loved community facilities.”
With this new partnership, Programmed looks forward to bringing extensive experience and capacity to deliver outstanding maintenance services on a wide range of assets across the community. As a frontline delivery partner, Programmed says it is aligned to support Yarra Ranges’ commitment to shape the future of the municipality and make it the best place to live, work and play.
Much loved public buildings, community centres, and key structures located at the eastern edge of metropolitan Melbourne, such as the Civic Centre, are to be maintained and preserved by Programmed.
Yarra Ranges Council is a welcome addition to the numerous facilities and communities Programmed services across the Greater Melbourne area.
Programmed maintains essential and iconic public infrastructure including; Melbourne Airport, the Shrine of Remembrance, the MCG, Monash University, all 62 public schools in the Yarra Ranges municipality, the facilities and assets of the City of Melbourne, and those of Bayside City Council. Programmed also provides water network maintenance for several water suppliers across the Greater Melbourne metropole.
Programmed is a leading provider of Facility Management, Maintenance, Staffing and Care services. It employs over 30,000 people every year across a broad range of industries and partners with more than 10,000 customers, small and large. Programmed works in partnership with many of Australia and New Zealand’s leading businesses across major industries including mining and resources, oil and gas, government and defence, education, aviation, health, infrastructure, manufacturing, transport and logistics. Programmed provides the people, knowledge, expertise and support to help its customers and communities grow and succeed.
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