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HVAC maintenance contract extended

13 January 2011

Workman LLP extends contract with Environmental Control Services to 30 buildings

Commercial property management specialists, Workman LLP, has appointed Environmental Control Services, a subsidiary of Managed Support Services to provide HVAC maintenance services at six office buildings in London and the south east of England. This latest three-year contract builds on an existing relationship that dates back to 2005 and increases the number of sites maintained by Environmental Control Services on behalf of Workman LLP to more than 30 and over 1.5m sq ft.
Environmental Control Services was awarded the additional contract following a competitive tender process, which included a mix of national and regional maintenance providers. The company was selected based on its proven regional engineering network in and around the M25 that possesses the ability to meet strict response times and provide appropriately skilled support at all times.
The contract will cover planned preventative and reactive maintenance for all heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, as well as providing replacement services for capital plant where required. The operation will use Environmental Control Services’ bespoke reporting tool, which captures real-time data from engineers using PDAs to provide remote access to Workman for all management information.
Christopher Denness at Workman LLP commented: "Environmental Control Services consistently performs to a high standard to ensure all our HVAC systems are effectively maintained across all properties. Their engineering support offers peace of mind that all our requirements will be met and any disruption to tenants is avoided."
Hasi Patel at Environmental Control Services: "We are committed to working closely with Workman LLP to grow the relationship and add value to their business. This partnership approach combined with our unrivalled regional engineering and support network means we are well equipped to provide a highly-responsive maintenance solution."
Jamie Reynolds, COO at Managed Support Services added: "We have worked hard to develop a highly competitive regional offering that provides local expertise and support. This latest awards confirms our business mantra of delivering unrivaled service excellence to create long term relationships is working."

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