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Inviron retains London law firm contract 

Inviron has retained a four-year deal with legal services business, Mishcon de Reya.

The new agreement will see the hard services specialist continuing to provide a full mechanical and electrical service, including helpdesk provision and technical facilities management services at Mishcon de Reya’s London HQ.

Inviron’s services will also support specialist services for business critical areas.

Mishcon de Reya has partnered with Inviron since 2019 to deliver its technical and M&E services. This contract renewal will see the continuation of Inviron’s successful partnership and the further development of Net Zero initiatives, smart building technologies and building optimisation.

Gavin Duff, Corporate Business Unit Director, commented: “We are delighted to continue our partnership with Mishcon de Reya and will provide essential support on their journey to Net Zero, whilst maintaining an exceptional workplace for their employees and ultimately their wellbeing. It is a great testament when a client chooses to work with us for another term and we are extremely proud of both the relationship we have built and the expert services that we will continue to offer.”

Martin Humm, Facilities Manager at Mishcon de Reya, added: “Continuing our relationship with Inviron for another term will enable us to build on the solid foundation we have formed over the last four years. This new agreement enables us to extract the best value from the existing plant and equipment through the planned and reactive maintenance so well-delivered by the on-site team and carefully selected specialist sub-contractors. This is also an important part of delivering our Climate Change Strategy, as we work towards our Net Zero ambitions.”

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