Caverion signed a technical maintenance agreement with MTU Aero Engines AG in Germany

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Helsinki, 2014-07-16 10:00 CEST (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Caverion Corporation                     Investor News                                  16 July 2014 at 11 a.m.


Caverion signed a technical maintenance agreement with MTU Aero Engines AG in Germany

Caverion has signed a contract on technical maintenance and managed operations with Germany's leading engine manufacturer for civil and military aviation MTU Aero Engines AG. The agreement covers all technical systems of MTU’s headquarters in Munich including heating and sanitation, air conditioning, refrigeration and ventilation, building automation and electricity. The agreement will come into force in July 2014. The value of the deal is not disclosed.  

The property covers approximately 285, 000 square metres and provides workspace to 5,000 MTU employees located in the administration, production, research and development departments.   

Caverion will also identify energy-saving opportunities at the property. After a performance audit, Caverion will implement energy-saving measures in the buildings and production plants. Considerable savings can be achieved by conducting regular energy inspections of air conditioners, amongst other things.

This agreement furthers the existing cooperation between Caverion and the industrial client MTU as Caverion already maintains MTU’s office in Erding.

 

Image of the MTU’s headquarter is available for downloading here:
http://imagebank.caverion.com/check_a.php?hash=967cbf65ef7e28bc2775d0d2d69ccf9a

 

Further Information:

Caverion Deutschland GmbH, Barbara Gehrmann, Communications officer, tel. +49 175 7277064, barbara.gehrmann@caverion.de

 

Caverion designs, builds, operates and maintains user-friendly and energy-efficient technical solutions for buildings and industries. Our services are used in offices, retail properties, housing, public premises, industrial plants and infrastructure, among other places. We aim to be a leading European provider of advanced and sustainable life cycle solutions. Our strengths include technological competence and comprehensive services, covering all technical disciplines throughout the life cycle of the property and industrial plant. Caverion was established through the demerger of Building Services and Industrial Services businesses from YIT Group in June 2013. Our revenue for 2013 amounted to approximately EUR 2.5 billion. Caverion has nearly 18,000 employees in 13 countries in Northern and Central Europe. Caverion’s shares are listed on NASDAQ OMX Helsinki. www.caverion.com.