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Artic Keep Rolling On Arsenal Project

One of the luxury apartment buildings on the Royal Arsenal estate

In 2018 Artic Building Services won a contract to provide a support resource to a luxury residential estate at Royal Arsenal in London. A year on and the estate keeps expanding - as does Artic's involvement.

Managing agents Rendall and Rittner have just awarded Artic a further seven buildings.

Since the very beginning, the clients required a dedicated and semi-permanent engineering resource to ensure compliance and Hard FM service delivery.

 

Dedicated engineer

Artic have equipped the site with a dedicated multi-skilled engineer 5-days a week to ensure all aspects of the services and compliance requirements for the estate are maintained at all times. Artic also support all reactive callouts as well.

 

Pipeline

As a result of the work at Royal Arsenal, Artic have several new developments in the pipeline and are in talks with major clients who expect exacting standards of service delivery to match the expectations of the residents of luxurious apartments.

Picture: One of the luxury apartment buildings on the Royal Arsenal estate.

Article written by Brian Shillibeer

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