Wates FM has renewed its planned and responsive maintenance contract with the London School of Economics for a further four years.
Since August 2017, Wates has provided a range of maintenance services across the University’s 30 campus buildings, seven halls of residence across the city as well as a 9.5-hectare sports complex in New Malden, Surrey.
The new deal, which includes an option for an additional two years will see two new colleagues added to the onsite delivery team including a dedicated supervisor and another static engineer.
Commenting on the reappointment, James Gregg, Managing Director of Wates FM, said: “We are extremely proud of our accomplishments with the London School of Economics and we look forward to continuing to provide an excellent service which helps the university in their mission to support a caring and supportive learning environment.
“Wates FM is highly experienced in providing critical repair and maintenance services in live environments. Our team of specialists carry out all essential and planned works alongside teaching and learning opportunities, minimising disruption to students and staff whilst maintaining our first-class safety record.”
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