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Artic Wins Hard FM Contract at Moore Kingston Smith

Artic Wins Hard FM Contract at Moore Kingston Smith
08 March 2021
 

Artic Building Services has been selected to provide hard FM services to Moore Kingston Smith, supporting the consultancy company Mechpro.

With their headquarters situated in the heart of London, Moore Kingston Smith is a leading UK firm of accountants and business advisers. Artic is to provide planned preventative maintenance to all the hard services for their six sites within London and home counties.

The contract will be delivered via a semi-residential multi-skilled engineering team and, where required, via specialist sub-contractors to ensure all relevant legislative compliances are met and maintained. The agreement also includes a 24/7 call-out facility for emergency repair and maintenance to all critical and non-critical plant.

 

Kingston Smith

Picture: a photograph of the interior of the Moore Kingston Smith office, showing some desks

 

It is said that Artic was awarded the contract due to their ability and clear depth of experience and knowledge within the finance sector, understanding the flexibility and attention to detail required to service a variety of equipment on six separate sites. 

Artic was able to boast a 100 per cent reactive performance for a similar Hard FM Services contract of the same size, location and industry, which appealed to the client. The decision was also drawn upon following one to one discussions with Artic employees, talking about their personal experiences working for the company, their training opportunities and career progression so far. Moore Kingston Smith was impressed by the passion and loyalty the Artic Team showed towards their employer.

Simon Booth, Head of Premises & Facilities at Moore Kingston Smith and ThisWeekinFM Editorial Advisory Board Member commented:

"We are delighted to have appointed Artic Building services. Throughout the tender process it was clear that they shared our passion for the customer experience, and delivering quality workplaces. Artic was able to demonstrate clearly that they would provide us with the perfect blend of technical excellence and building performance that we are seeking.”

Picture: a photograph of the interior of the Moore Kingston Smith office, showing an open kitchen area

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 08 March 2021

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