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Thu July 19 2018

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BAM lands Cranfield maintenance deal

12 May 17 Cranfield University has appointed BAM FM to deliver HVAC maintenance to 260 buildings.

The five-year deal with the Bedfordshire-based university includes the maintenance of heating, ventilation, air conditioning units, refrigeration and building management controls across a mix of 260 old and new buildings.

BAM FM’s energy division – BAM Energy – will also support the university’s energy management team to achieve its target of 5% year-on-year reduction in energy consumption.

Kevin Drew, mechanical engineer at Cranfield University’s facilities department, said: “We felt that BAM FM offered the best solutions after giving a precise understanding of the tender documentation at their presentation.”

The contract includes provision for electric vehicles for use by the site-based maintenance team. An energy manager will work with the client to implement energy-reduction measures that will contribute towards the estate’s efficiency targets.

BAM FM managing director Louise Williamson said: “As part of Cranfield University’s alumni, I am delighted both on a personal and professional level that BAM FM has been appointed following a competitive tender process. Our strategy is to expand our presence in the higher education sector and we look forward to developing our experience in partnership with Cranfield University.”

 

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