Maintenance is the heartbeat of what we do, it’s the daily management of engineering services for our customers. This can be by attending scheduled jobs on a regular basis that will ensure our customer’s buildings meet rules and regulations, we call this planned maintenance or by attending jobs that have recently happened and been logged with our service desk team – we call these reactive works, and they can range from fixing emergency lighting all the way up to full power outages at large manufacturing sites or hospitals!
Our Energy business focuses on supporting our customers to change the way they work to reduce their negative impact on the environment. We have some real cutting-edge ideas and technology through our Plan Zero programme, which I am sure you will hear lots more about over the coming weeks and months! Lots of companies are talking about our climate emergency, but we are acting- now!
Thirdly, we have our Projects business, which delivers large scale projects for our customers. Some examples of the team’s work include refurbishing all of the lights at Tottenham Hotspur’s stadium, and the team have been heavily involved in supporting the NHS to modify areas of hospitals to best support in the fight against Coronavirus.
Finally, our Connected Workspace team that develop all of our state-of-the-art technology. We have a Service Operations Centre in Manchester that remotely monitors and connects to our customers sites, so much of the time we spot any arising issues and fix them before they cause any problems for our customers. The team have also developed award winning solutions including our data visualisation tool Mozaic and our brilliant workplace app Aria which will make it a lot easier for our customers to log jobs and speak with all of our engineers.