More organisations are now choosing to engage a single supplier who will take total responsibility over their facilities management services and manage their costs effectively. Holmes Noble works with service providers in hospitals and schools (PFI contracts), financial services and data critical environment; and public sector and social housing.
With growing populations, environmental issues and the constant drive for operational efficiency, major investment in infrastructure remains essential.
Over the past 20 years, infrastructure has undergone a fundamental change, driven by the desire of governments to transfer investment and operational risk from the public to the private sector. As a consequence, the value chain has become more complex, and the skill sets of senior management have become more sophisticated. Our infrastructure practice has a deep understanding of industry challenges and the types of leader that excel in the ever-changing sector.
Holmes Noble work with a wide range of public and private clients involved in the creation and upgrade of highways, railways, air transport and ports. We continue to support many major operators, contractors, finance houses, advisors and suppliers to secure executives with the experience required to successfully complete large capital projects.
Utilities sector in the UK is vast, encompassing the skills and technical knowledge of many specialist disciplines. Holmes Noble has capability in all aspects of the industry from conception and design, to process and final delivery.
Holmes Noble source experienced executives for companies who serve all sectors of the water management industry including industrial, municipal and commercial clients; major engineering, construction and consulting firms; and suppliers of equipment, services and products.
Holmes Noble experience extends to the major waste water and waste solution management companies, acquiring talent to work within this technology-innovative sector.
There is a strong requisite for top-level management within mining and minerals. Holmes Noble works with international organisations to meet the unique compencies and expertise required within this sector.
The UK construction contracting industry remains one of the largest in Europe, measured by employment, number of enterprises, and gross value added.
However, UK construction industry is also more fragmented than its major European competitors and the evidence shows it has higher levels of sub-contracting. Holmes Noble’s construction practice can mitigate these factors and has a deep understanding of the international challenges and the type of leaders that excel in this fluctuating sector.
Demand for building materials remains high and an easing of price sensitivity is set to continue due to low oil prices, strengthening volume demand and lower global demand for raw materials, particularly from China.
Holmes Noble has experience across both manufacturing and distribution; and has worked with national and international organisations.