Amey has incorporated joint ventures with Carillion to deliver the Regional Prime and National Housing contracts for the Ministry of Defence (MOD), through the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO). These contracts maintain the MOD estate in the UK.
The terms of the joint ventures’ arrangements mean that Amey will continue the services now that Carillion has announced it is entering into immediate compulsory liquidation. Amey is committed to doing this and ensuring continuity of service to the DIO and MOD and the service men and women in the UK.
For the past few weeks, Amey has been working on detailed contingency plans with the DIO and the Cabinet Office to ensure it can effectively continue to manage the contracts and these are being implemented today.
Amey confirms it is fully prepared to continue the service obligation of the contracts without adverse effect on the employees of the joint ventures or the supply chain.
As the company made clear, Amey is committed to ensuring that the two CarillionAmey incorporated joint ventures (CA JVs) continue to deliver the Regional Prime and National Housing contracts on behalf of the Ministry of Defence (MOD), through the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO), with no impact on the continuity of the services.
Since the announcement, Amey has been implementing detailed and robust plans to ensure continuity of services. As a result, there has been no disruption to services.
Amey can assure military service personnel and their families who depend on services provided by the CarillionAmey JVs of our commitment to deliver business as usual.