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A trio of contract wins for Churchill Environmental

The specialist water and environmental arm of Churchill Group, Churchill Environmental Services (CES), has secured three significant contracts in the last six months.

The contracts, which have a combined value of a quarter of a million pounds per annum, are with the South West Ambulance Service Trust (SWAST), Aneurin Bevan University Health Board (ABUHB) and Plymouth City Council (PCC).

The SWAST and ABUHB contracts are new, multi-year contracts. SWAST is a three-year contract and will see CES serve as the specialist water hygiene contractor for its estate of more than 100 buildings, which consist of ambulance stations, training facilities, stores, and emergency contact centres. ABUHB is a two-year term where CES is the primary supplier on a framework agreement to deliver legionella risk assessments. The PCC contract lasts for four years, with an extension for up to seven years, and is a third renewal following a successful nine-year partnership so far.

Services being delivered include legionella risk assessments, water hygiene monitoring, plumbing, remedial works, and related environmental services tailored to each client’s unique needs.

CES’ use of innovative field and asset management/electronic log systems, highly skilled field teams, and demonstrated commitment to sustainability were contributing factors to all three wins.

Key factors for the PCC renewal included CES’ proven track record of high compliance levels, transparent delivery, and added value services, such as water safety plans and scald assessments.

The two healthcare wins were down to CES’ expertise in water hygiene compliance in healthcare settings, skilled consultancy and risk assessment team, and a bespoke portal designed for the NHS that helps to ensure compliance with BS 8680: Water Quality and Safety Plans.

Spencer Culley, Director at Churchill Environmental, said: “It’s great to announce a series of contract wins from new and existing customers. The strong relationships we have built are based upon us delivering innovative solutions, tailored to the needs of our customers, that ensure the highest levels of compliance.”

Julia Stuckey, Estates Compliance Officer at South West Ambulance Service Trust, said: “The wealth of experience in legionella compliance and safe water management, coupled with the effective use of technology and additional services to support the management of the estate’s assets across a large geographical area, make CES an excellent fit for SWAST. We have worked in partnership with the Churchill Group for a number of years and appreciate its commitment to the highest service standards.”

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