The HPS Group has founded an M&E services division to provide hard FM and technical project services to its growing national customer base within the commercial, education and residential sectors.
The new business is structured to deliver services including planned and reactive maintenance, specialist services, small works and projects, post-completion technical support, consultancy, sustainable technologies, and technology and data services on a self-delivered or supply chain basis.
The services are underpinned by industry-leading software platforms, non-intrusive maintenance techniques, and using the emerging world of the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence and robotics.
HPS has appointed Adam Phllips as business director for the division. He has more than 20 years of experience in engineering in the aviation, critical services and built environment industries, including designing and implementing condition-based maintenance strategies within some highly technical environments.
Oliver Ringsby-Burgess, group managing director of HPS, said: “Launching our M&E services business will provide further services to our customer base, ensuring their buildings are safe and operating in the most energy-efficient manner possible. Adam has fantastic engineering credentials from his time in both the RAF and across business and industry. He is a fantastic addition to both our team and our culture.”
Phillips added: “I believe that through using advanced maintenance techniques and industry-leading software we will be able to offer our clients more in terms of asset uptime and compliance reporting whilst ensuring the cost base is competitive compared with standard maintenance approaches.”