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SES FM to be renamed as Shepherd FM

17 December 2008

Shepherd Engineering Services (SES), has changed the name of its facilities management division from SES FM to Shepherd FM.

Shepherd FM works in both the private and public sectors, offering clients a variety of essential FM services including HVAC, critical power, lighting and building fabric maintenance. In addition, Shepherd FM provides a consultancy service which focuses on bespoke health & safety management and energy saving solutions.

Noel Clancy, Managing Director for Shepherd FM said, "The Shepherd brand stands for integrity, quality and a dedication to providing clients with the highest standards of customer service. Our skills and experience in facilities management means that we can provide clients with a high quality, cost effective service, which is totally built around their ever changing requirements. Operating throughout the UK, all our service agreements will continue to be managed by a national network of highly skilled service engineers who understand the importance of providing first class customer focus.”

Immediate steps to launch the new branding for the company include the introduction of a new website, (www.shepherdfm.com) and new marketing materials such as brochures, stationery, advertisements, clothing and business cards. The new identity will be rolled out progressively by Shepherd FM during 2009.

Biulding Schools for the Future
The company has also announced that it has completed its £5.7 million M&E development work on one of the country’s first, state of the art “Building Schools for the Future” (BSF) developments.Tong High School in Bradford is a large, multi-cultural, co-educational secondary school serving a wide area of southeast Bradford. SES is proud to be involved in what is becoming the largest, single government investment to develop school buildings, in over 50 years.

Jim Marner, Divisional Director for SES said, “We’re delighted to have been involved in this pioneering government initiative. Modern, well-designed buildings with large, welcoming entrances, lots of natural light and ‘social spaces’ will transform educational buildings as we know them today. “

Working alongside main contractor, Costain, in the £25m development, SES was responsible for installing complex heating, air-conditioning, ventilation, sprinkler, fire alarm and CCTV systems to the new school.

Following successful completion of Tong High School, SES has been awarded the M&E contracts on a number of other BSF schools in the Nottingham, York and Bradford areas.



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