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Purchase of WES Group announced

07 September 2017

Incentive FM Group has acquired Weston Electrical Services (WES) Group for an undisclosed sum, its third purchase of this type.

WES will continue as part of the Incentive Tec team, increasing the total number of multi-skilled mobile engineers employed to more than 140 nationwide, plus a further 80 site-based technicians.

Prior to its acquisition, the company had a turnover of more than £10m, providing services ranging from mechanical and electrical (M&E) to specialist fire and security services.

It also includes access control and fire systems installation and maintenance in its service proposition.

WES Group customers include Travis Perkins, Dunelm, Argos, Lidl and Homebase. Its range of M&E and maintenance services will now be complemented by the Incentive Tec bespoke building, maintenance and project management services.

The WES Group offices in Weston-Super-Mare will be retained as the Incentive Group’s new South West England base.

John Rogers, founder of WES Group, will be retiring but directors Ian and Linda Rogers will continue to lead the business and all existing staff will be retained and continuing to work under the same brand name.

Incentive Tec managing director Chris Windass will have overall responsibility for the new group member.

Incentive FM Group chairman Jeremy Waud said: “The skills and expertise that the team at WES Group brings will complement and strengthen those within Incentive Tec, enabling us to deliver further technical capability, over a greater geographical footprint, with a larger engineering workforce, to both existing and new customers.

"I have no doubt that they will be a valuable part of the Incentive FM Group as we continue our growth strategy moving forward.”

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