Facilities management specialist Boden Group has won a new contract to manage the building facilities at The Sandy Park Stadium, home of Devon’s Premiership Rugby team, Exeter Chiefs.
Having supported the Chiefs for several years with its fire and security systems, under the new contract, Boden will provide a package of services for scheduled and reactive maintenance at the site.
Alongside the standard facilities management of emergency lighting, fire and security systems and electrical distribution, Boden will also be looking after specialist lifting systems, stadium floodlights, air conditioning and pest control.
Commenting on the new contract award, Keith Bright, Boden Group’s Operations Director said: “I’m delighted that our consistently high service delivery has afforded us the opportunity to expand our level of facilities management with the Chiefs and we’re looking forward to a productive partnership.”
Mark Isaacs, Stadium Operations Manager at Sandy Park, added: “We have worked with the Boden Group for a number of years in what has been an excellent partnership for both parties. The service they provide allows us to operate in a safe and functional manner for every day of the year.”
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