TECS: Two Significant New Contract Wins
TECS Group, the specialist provider of critical asset maintenance and building compliance services, is pleased to announce two material new contract wins with Coventry University and Greater Manchester Police. Together they represent significant progress in sectors that are strategically important and where TECS has traditionally been strong and continues to build more business.
Both contracts were secured as part of a competitive tender process which represents a compelling validation of the systems and processes we have implemented over the last 12 months to enable success in these markets.
Sector: Higher Education
Division: Water Treatment
Coventry University is a forward-looking, modern university with a tradition as a provider of high-quality education and a focus on applied research.
TECS Group has been awarded a new two year contract (with two optional 12 month extensions) to supply a PPM and Reactive Service covering water treatment and water hygiene for buildings owned by Coventry University. The services under the contract will cover planned servicing/ inspections, day works and reactive maintenance in-line with HSG274.
The contract was tendered as two separate lots comprising the Main Campus and Technology Park (Lot 1) and the Student Accommodation Buildings (Lot 2). TECS Group were successful in securing both lots and the contract is currently being mobilised by the delivery team for an immediate start. The contract will be delivered from our Lichfield office.
Greater Manchester Police (‘GMP’)
Sector: Public Sector Policing
Division: Water Hygiene
Greater Manchester Police is the territorial police force responsible for law enforcement within the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester in North West England. GMP's policing area covers an area of nearly 500 square miles, including open moorland and semi-rural areas, as well as towns and cities.
Following a two-stage competitive tender process, TECS Group has been awarded a new three year contract (with two optional 12 month extensions) to carry out full inspections and treatment control of all water systems across GMP's Estate.
In the award letter, GMP’s procurement manager noted very strong competition and the reasons for TECS being awarded the contract were as follows:
Competitive prices without compromising on the quality of the services provided;
An understanding of the needs of GMP and a proposal that meets those needs; and
A strong organisational reputation and proven record in delivery of similar services.
The contract is currently being mobilised by the delivery team and it is expected to go-live in mid-late September 2021. The contract will be delivered from our Bury office.