Serco has won a five-year $35 million contract to help Colorado Springs City and Colorado Springs Utilities manage and maintain fleet vehicles.
The management services firm will work to inspect and maintain over 3,500 city and utility-owned equipment and transports such as police cars and fire trucks, Serco said Tuesday.
Gene Costa, vice president for transportation and infrastructure at Serco, said the company aims to meet the city’s expectations for fleet maintenance services.
Serco will also work to conduct accident and corrective repairs, quality control checks, warehousing and inventory procurement.
The contract work is scheduled to start on Jan. 1 for eight unspecified facilities around the Colorado Springs area.
The company said they will leverage knowledge from existing fleet management orders with Dayton Power and Light in Ohio and Seminole County Florida.