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GDM Building Consultants joins Keysource Group

Global specialist in data centres and critical environments, Keysource, has announced that GDM Building Consultants Ltd (GDM), a renowned multi-disciplinary consultancy known for its excellence in MEP engineering, sustainability, and facilities management solutions, has joined the business.

The ever-evolving digital landscape and growing focus on environmental responsibility have driven increased demand for comprehensive engineering and sustainability solutions in the data centre and critical environment space. Keysource says by bringing GDM’s valuable expertise into the company, this enhanced Group offering enables Keysource to provide clients with:

  • Enhanced depth and breadth of engineering expertise: GDM’s team of experienced MEP engineers brings specialised knowledge in areas like power, cooling, and electrical systems.
  • Greater focus on sustainability: GDM’s track record in sustainable design and energy-efficient solutions aligns perfectly with Keysource’s commitment to providing green data centre solutions, allowing clients to optimise their environmental impact.
  • Integrated facilities management: GDM’s facilities management expertise complements Keysource’s existing operational services, offering clients a complete lifecycle solution for their critical infrastructure.

GDM will continue to operate under its own brand serving their own clients but leveraging the combined resources and expertise of both companies to deliver enhanced value and expertise.

Stephen Whatling, Group CEO of Keysource, said: “We are thrilled to welcome GDM to the Keysource family. This strategic partnership significantly enhances our ability to deliver fully end-to-end solutions for our clients, addressing their evolving needs in areas like engineering, sustainability and facilities management.”

Gary Draper, Managing Director of GDM Building Consultants, said: “We are excited about this partnership with Keysource Group which will enable us to continue to offer our clients a broader range of services and contribute to shaping the future of sustainable critical infrastructure.”

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