Carillion: Help and signposting

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Anybody impacted by Carillion’s collapse should stay on top of this fast-moving situation at PwC’s dedicated website or call the PWC Helpline: 0800 0639 282.

Help for businesses

Steps for creditors:

The Construction Industry Council, the overarching body for the built environment to which BIFM belongs, has compiled this useful material for its members and others affected by the collapse.

Find a Supplier:

The FM Suppliers Directory provides contact and product/service information for corporate members who have opted to publish details. If you want to contact a number of companies at once, this is a simple and useful way to do so.

Help for workers

For redundant employees:

The DWP has compiled Rapid Response Redundancy Service fact-sheets, including a Welsh version and PACE leaflet (for employees based in Scotland).

Factsheets provide an overview of contacts and advice when people become unemployed. Please share with anybody affected within your network.



If you or your members have any vacancies that you would like Carillion employees to be made aware of you can email with the company name, the types of roles available, location and how the individual applies for the jobs.


The latest jobs in facilities management can be searched on FM World Jobs – the recruitment website for FM World magazine. The searchable database contains every facilities management vacancy advertised in the latest FM World plus jobs available only online.

You can also receive email alerts, upload a CV, access career advice and register as a jobseeker here.

What BIFM is saying and doing?

“If the FM industry can draw anything positive from this episode it should be to use it as a catalyst for change.  Let’s focus forward on what can and should be done to change or improve the way outsourcing is done” Linda Hausmanis.

Read BIFM’s statement on the collapse

A BIFM ‘expert group’ will help us to articulate the issues and build the case for a value driven model of FM service provision.

We’ll use evidence and experience from our members to shape and influence the public debate; and insights from current events which could help in future.

Read the blog here. Submit views and evidence at

BIFM will submit formal evidence to the House of Commons (PACAC) committee Inquiry into public services delivery sourcing announced on the day of the collapse.

BIFM has reached out to its learners from Carillion with support and encouragement to them to continue their learning. If you are affected and have not yet been contacted, please get in touch at

Action at Government level

Check here for the latest action

A “rapid response” Task Group chaired by the Business Secretary is supporting small businesses and workers affected by Carillion’s insolvency. The taskforce will monitor and advise on mitigating the impacts of the liquidation.


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