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Evotech Technical Services expands footprint with new London hub

Evotech Technical Services, a leading UK provider of building maintenance solutions, is thrilled to announce the expansion of its operations with the opening of a new office in London later this month. The strategically located office in Hammersmith, signifies Evotech’s commitment to its city-based contracts and aspiring plans for further growth.

The decision to establish a local presence in London comes as part of Evotech’s strategic vision to enhance service delivery and cater to a broader client base. By positioning itself in the heart of the capital, Evotech aims to provide unparalleled support to its clients whilst tapping into new opportunities for expansion.

Evotech’s Managing Director, Mark O’Grady, expressed his enthusiasm for the expansion, stating: “We have continuously demonstrated our commitment to service innovation and agile delivery models aimed at providing tangible benefits and enhanced services for our clients, delivered historically from our offices in Basingstoke, Hampshire and Elland, West Yorkshire. Now, with a local presence in London, we are positioned to offer even greater proximity to our valued clients, delivering dynamic services grounded in comprehensive local knowledge.”

The opening of the new London office marks a significant milestone for Evotech, underscoring its commitment to providing first class building services solutions tailored to the evolving needs of its clients.

For more information about Evotech Technical Services and its offerings, visit www.evotech.co.uk, email info@evotech.co.uk or call 0333 207 4245.


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