Inviron has won a five-year contract with Imperial College London to provide mechanical and electrical services at the university’s academic campuses.
These will include the Life Science facilities at Burlington Danes and White City.
Imperial College London was established in 1907 by Royal Charter, merging the Royal College of Science, Royal School of Mines, and City and Guilds College and now consists of nine campuses across London.
The university, which has 8,000 staff, has an international community, with more than 59 per cent of its 17,000 students coming from outside the UK – 140 countries are represented on campus. Student, staff, and researcher affiliations include Nobel laureates, Medallists, Prize winners and Fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences.
Inviron will manage a team of skilled, site-based engineers engaging as a strategic partner to drive service delivery, innovation and cost performance enhancements while supporting all aspects of compliance and GxP auditing.
Rakesh Patel, head of maintenance at Imperial College London, said: “We were impressed with Inviron’s team and their understanding of our service needs and business demands throughout the tender process. We believe Inviron will deliver the service levels we are looking for, and feel the transferring team will be working for a company which empowers them to make a difference.”
Noel Clancy, Inviron’s managing director, added: “During the competitive bid process we were able to evidence our understanding of the complexities associated with this unique portfolio and this, along with our strong technical heritage and bespoke digital platforms, helped us secure this prestigious deal.”