G&H Group Wins 12 Greek Street Maintenance Contract
UK & Ireland-focused asset manager, Catella APAM, has appointed G&H Group’s maintenance division to manage 12 Greek Street, a spectacular nine-story office in the heart of Leeds City Centre.
The mechanical, electrical and public health service provider won the three-year maintenance contract to manage the 23,500 sq ft office asset following a competitive tender.
A dedicated team will create and deliver a planned and preventative maintenance programme to reduce call outs and breakdowns, and ensure the site is fully compliant with current regulations.
G&H Group’s maintenance team’s responsibilities include inspecting and maintaining plant rooms and switchrooms, refrigeration compressors, control panels and controllers, fire alarm systems, lighting, power generation, sanitary and waste water, heat exchangers, and energy conservation.
David Ridsdale, G&H Maintenance director said: “12 Greek Street is set over several floors and has an extensive roster of tenants. It is vital for all employees based there and visitors that the building is operating efficiently, to provide a comfortable and pleasant environment.
“It is great to end the year by successfully tendering for the 12 Greek Street contract. The win is testament to the team’s extensive experience in creating and delivering preventative maintenance programmes that decrease breakdowns and call outs.”
William Smith, regional facilities manager at Catella APAM said: “G&H Group has extensive experience and knowledge in the sector and will ensure that we continue to provide the best facilities for all our tenants, their employees and visitors to 12 Greek Street. We are looking forward to working with them over the next three years.”
G&H Group’s maintenance division is also contracted by Catella APAM to maintain 1 City Square and 2 Whitehall Quay.
Established in 1998, G&H Group is a market leading mechanical, electrical, and public health (MEP) provider. Its 180-strong experienced team design, manage, deliver and maintain every aspect of MEP schemes.