Salisbury Group has won a contract with Liverpool John Moores University for building, electrical and mechanical maintenance services.
The five-year contract covers planned and reactive works at 37 buildings in the university’s campuses across Liverpool and is expected to be worth at least £1.5 million a year. This agreement is the fifth university contract that the Salisbury Group has embarked on during the past two years.
Andrew Lunt, group managing director, said: “This is our fifth and newest partnership in the university sector, and it reflects how a values-led and people-focused business can succeed with like-minded clients. We have a great team on site who are now working hard to help the facilities run as effectively as possible for students and staff alike.”
Liverpool John Moores is a public research university with five faculties producing leading data that “influences policymakers, improves people’s lives, and finds solutions to the problems of today”. The university is looking to improve its offering to students and has ambitious plans for the further development of the campus.
Mark Askem, the university‘s director of estate development, said: “Liverpool John Moores University is committed to providing a great on-campus experience for our 25,000-plus students and faculty members. We awarded this contract to Salisbury Group due their customer-centric approach and demonstrable experience in higher education.”