GDF SUEZ, via its subsidiary Cofely South East Asia, announced today the purchase of Keppel FMO, a subsidiary of Keppel Infrastructure Holdings Private Ltd. Keppel FMO (“KFMO”) is one of the strongest providers of integrated facilities management (FM), property management, operation and maintenance, and FM consultancy services in Singapore, operating across a wide spectrum of industries and markets, including airport, rail, healthcare, education, government, mission-critical commercial facilities. Keppel FMO employs around 1,000 people and generates annual revenues of around 55 million Euros.
GDF SUEZ Energy Services, through its wholly owned subsidiary Cofely South East Asia Pte Ltd, has acquired SMP Pte Ltd (“SMP”), the specialist in data centre solutions business in Singapore. SMP, a 10-year old company, has an established track record in the data centre sector. Some of its clients include Ministry of Home Affairs – Casino Regulatory Authority, Ministry of Education, National University of Singapore, Sentosa Corporation and Continental Automotive.
Cofely Thailand signed a 8 years BOT Energy Performance Contract for the compressed air supply to the packing unit of Asia Cement, a subsidiary of Italcementi Group. The contract includes design, financing, installation, O&M and supply of the required compressed air and the guarantee of quality, quantity and plant efficiency throughout the contract duration.
Saint-Gobain Sekurit decided to increase their competitive edge by entrusting Cofely (Thailand) with the management of their Compressed Air System. The fast growing and highly competitive environment of this industry forced client to make its utilities supply more reliable while managing their cost. Through this contract, Cofely Thailand will operate and maintain the utilities plant and supply the compressed air with a guaranteed efficiency.
Singapore, 1st July 2012. Resorts Concept has selected Cofely South East Asia to manage all the tenants, works and services carried out in Downtown East on behalf of the owner and to maintain a set of measurable key performance indicators (KPIs) to monitor the performance and the health of the building.
In 2010, Cofely Philippines was awarded a 5-year Energy Efficiency Performance Contract (EEPC) for Bank of the Philippines Islands (BPI) – Head Office. BPI, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ayala Corporation, which is the largest bank in terms of income and 3rd largest bank in terms of assets.
RCBC Plaza RCBC Plaza was the first office developed in the Makati Central Business District to be granted an IT-zone status by the Philippine Economic Zone Authority. The RCBC Plaza, hailed as the finest and most prestigious business address in the Philippines, consists of two towers - Yuchengco Tower and Tower 2, a three-level podium and seven levels of basement parking with a total area of 250,000 square meters.
GESP is a performance contract formulated and administrated by the National Environment Agency (NEA) with the objective to raise the energy efficiency of Public buildings in Singapore. Launched in 2011, the GESP comprises energy services to carry out a detailed energy audit, finalize the GESP contract and implement the energy efficiency improvement solution followed by a 5-year comprehensive performance contract.
Singapore Airport Terminal Services (SATs) has once again reaffirmed the trust by awarding the contract of the Integrated Facilities Management contract for Singapore Inflight Catering Centre 1 & 2 to Cofely South East Asia.
Cofely South East Asia is honored to be appointed by the developer, Lend Lease, as the ESD consultant for this project. The consultancy services include providing ESD guidance to achieve Green Mark Platinum award, energy modeling, CFD and wind modeling, wind and rain effect analysis, daylight and direct simulations.