BMMI has been awarded a new US government contract valued at $16 million, to provide life support services to the US mission in Juba, South Sudan.
The contract is with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in South Sudan and BMMI will offer services that include hospitality and housekeeping, food services, facilities maintenance, procurement and logistics. The services will be provided to USAID and will include the US Embassy, US Mission Offices and all residences and compounds.
This contract is considered a major development for BMMI, through its fully owned, Integrated Facilities Management subsidiary, Global Sourcing and Supply (GSS). Since 2008, GSS has successfully provided a comprehensive range of contracted services to commercial, governmental and NGO clients in mature and developing markets. The company currently operates in Mali, Gabon, Ghana, Sudan, South Sudan and Burkina Faso, and runs a new hub in Kenya, which provides access to the markets of Tanzania, Uganda and Somalia.
GSS offers services supplied to industries as diverse as NGOs, mining, infrastructure and oil and gas, with a focus on temporary structures, facility management and food and hospitality services in both onshore and offshore sectors. With high-quality services and continuous expansion, GSS has become one of the foremost providers of Integrated Facilities Management solutions to a wide range of clients across Africa.