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As one of the largest SPV and Asset Management service providers to the PPP / PFI infrastructure market, Imagile as a Trusted Partner seeks to protect and enhance the value of its investor’s assets, which currently stand at £3bn
It is our philosophy to pro-actively manage assets to ensure that relationships are maintained with Authorities, Senior Lenders and sub-contractors and that all operational contractual obligations in relation to the assets, including health and safety and compliance are properly managed.
Services are delivered from offices in London, Bristol, Chelmsford, Manchester and Glasgow.
This approach has led Imagile being the recipient of more than 27 industry and national awards.
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The Imagile Group originates from 2005, when the Secondary Market Infrastructure Fund (“SMIF”) created the SMIF Asset Management Limited (“SAML”) to provide efficient stewardship of its investments through direct management of the project SPV companies.
The creation of SAML consolidated the acquisition of United Medical Equipment Group business that managed six MSA contracts and the novation of 15 MSA contracts from the Jarvis Group.
SAML managed 27 contract within the SMIF portfolio by the end of 2005, with Alan Birch being appoint as the Chief Executive Officer.
SAML was awarded the MSA contracts on 7 PFI projects, including on D&G Hospital.
SAML was awarded the MSA contracts on 6 PFI projects.
Land Securities Ltd acquires SAML (as part of the acquisition of SMIF), by this time it managed 40 assets and directly employed over 70 members of staff in the Asset Management Companies.
SAML was awarded the MSA contract on a large accommodation project in the North West of England.
SAML secured the MSA contract on a large portfolio of 11 community health projects, in addition to 2 District & General Hospitals, a road project and two large school projects.
Semperian Investment Partners (“Semperian”) acquired SAML in 2009, when Land Securities Ltd exited the PFI sector, at which point 140 members of staff were TUPE transferred to Semperian to manage a total of 61 MSA contacts.
Semperian Asset Management Limited (“SAML”) was awarded 2 large District & General Hospital MSA contracts.
Jarvis PPP FM business (“PIML”) is placed in administration. SAML TUPE 411 members of staff and takes on the management of these contracts directly to ensure service continuity to our clients.
SAML was awarded a school and hospital project.
PIML is sold to Compass Group, with the TUPE of 411 staff originally employed within the PIML business.
SAML won two large District and General Hospital MSA contracts, including the University College London Hospital MSA contact.
SAMLs Head office relocated to Bristol, at which point the company managed 68 MSA contracts.
SAML was awarded the MSA contracts in Leicester BSF (Phase I) and Leicester BSF (Phase II).
Management acquired a 50% stake in the holding company of Semperian Asset Management Limited.
Semperian Asset Management Limited acquired MAMG, the largest independent UK PFI asset manager, who managed 47 MSA contracts at the point of acquisition.
SAML managed 118 MSA contracts, with 170 members of staff.
SAML was awarded the Financial and Company Secretarial services contract on the Belmarsh West Prison MSA.
MAMG was awarded the MSA contact on a large District and General Hospital project, the operational management arm of a secondary school in London and a road project in Ireland. In addition, MAMG was awarded the long term operational management contract on six LIFT schemes.
SAML & MAMG managed 128 MSA contracts, with 183 members of staff, by the end of the year.
Imagile Group Limited was formed as an independent asset management company, with the consolidation of Semperian Asset Management and MAMG.
Imagile Infrastructure Management won three street lighting MSA contracts
A school MSA contract was renewed with Imagile Infrastructure Management, with a five year term.
Imagile Group Limited are committed to providing and maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all its employees and to minimise further its impact on the environment, protecting the safety of all its stakeholders and all other persons affected by our business.
We are committed to preventing avoidable workplace accidents and ill health across our portfolio. This commitment is motivated by a desire to maintain our first rate reputation and build trust among our stakeholders over the long term.
Effective Health and Safety management is fundamental to the productivity of our business. Through protecting the interests of visitors to creating secure working environments for our staff, we facilitate the company’s on-going success.
In accordance with the requirements of the Turnbull Guidance on Internal Control and the Health and Safety Executive and Institute of Directors’ joint publication, Leading with Safety, Chief Executive Officer Alan Birch is the Board Member responsible for SHE. He has overall responsibility for ensuring our policy is implemented across the Group.
We aim to continually improve SHE management and awareness across our businesses and become an example of industry best practice. In order to achieve this we:
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