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Q3 awarded Grosvenor Waterside contract

The hard services team at Q3 Services Group has been awarded a high-end, residential maintenance contract with GWRC (Grosvenor Waterside Residents Company Ltd), at the exclusive Grosvenor Waterside development in Chelsea.

Situated on the banks of the river Thames, and set across seven and a half acres, the development comprises numerous apartments and penthouses, housed in a collection of impressive buildings surrounding the historic dock.

Following a successful competitive tendering process, Q3 has been appointed to deliver a range of mechanical and electrical (M&E) building services to Grosvenor Waterside, which will be tailored around a resident-focused approach and will ensure the service is both responsive and adaptable through the application of a dedicated CAFM (Computer Aided Facilities Management) system.

Commenting on the contract award, Sacha Marshall-Ocaña, Chief Executive and Estate General Manager at GWRC, said: “It was important to find a service partner who understands not only the requirements of our residential clients but also one who can provide financial visibility and transparency in its delivery. As a management company responsible for a site on this scale, it is important that we engage with suppliers who are in tune with all the financial and commercial complexities of forecasting, CAPEX and maintenance budgeting.”

Harry Leeson, Managing Director of Q3 Hard Services, added: “We’re extremely proud to be adding Grosvenor Waterside to our portfolio and look forward to working with the on-site team to deliver first class FM services.”

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