11 December 2014
A West Midlands construction company has launched a facilities management business.
Stourbridge-based design and construction company Cleanroom Design and Construction (CDC) has launched the new division "to service the growth in demand for its maintenance services".
The start-up will be known as CDC Facilities Management and will operate across all sectors including retail and commercial premises as well as CDC's core industries, pharmaceutical, healthcare, medical, aerospace and automotive.
It will be headed by newly appointed director Carl Isakovic and it has appointed two new members of staff - senior maintenance engineer Sean Gallimore and Justin Donoghue - to strengthen the team and expand its capabilities.
Spiro Marcetic, CDC director, said: "We have a strong customer base for our existing maintenance and service department with blue chip clients such as Canon UK and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. The formation of the new company is a strategic development that will allow us to enhance the service we provide to existing clients and offer our skills and expertise to new clients.
"There is huge potential for growth in this area as companies gear up to take advantage of the improving economy. It is vital that facilities and systems are maintained in good working order to avoid costly downtime and keep abreast of regulations."
CDC Facilities Management will operate from the Midlands base, servicing clients across the UK with national coverage for call-outs.