Catherine Baxter

Catherine has a background in operational and commercial Property and Facilities Management and has extensive experience in the FM arena. Her expertise varies from practical day to day FM support for business through to strategic review, operational delivery and commercial planning with a focus on the understanding and interpretation of public private arrangements including PFI, PPP and LIFT.

Her experience spans operational roles in the Education sector, Jarvis plc, SGP Property and FM Ltd and Bellrock where she was Operations Director with full responsibility across Total FM contracts spanning Education, Healthcare, Airports, central and local Government and the corporate sector.

Catherine is a qualified Change Management Practitioner and has worked on strategic change reviews across the public and private sector.

Catherine’s Experience

  • Operational management of FM in schools, hospitals, medical centres, offices, local and national government
  • Extensive commercial experience in FM contract delivery under PFI and PPP arrangements.
  • Change management – working collaboratively with senior team and key stakeholders to drive business improvement, identifying and implementing management re-structures
  • Championing employee development through coaching and mentoring
  • Development of FM training modules and best practice process
  • Project managing integration, mobilisation and transformation of new contracts.
  • Managing TUPE aspects of new contract/project implementations

How we work

You can engage with AB Commercial HR Solutions on a flexible basis that meet your business needs, including:

Telephone helpline support on a retainer basis
Ad hoc HR Manager/Director support
Hourly or day rate
Fixed price project or assignment

Arm’s length HR support

Whatever your Human Resources needs, Adrian and his team are always on hand to help you out:

If your business is too small to need a dedicated HR function
When you need additional support on more complex HR issues
If you’d like a second opinion, sounding board or just some advice
If you’re too focused on day to day HR admin