Incentive Tec, part of leading independent facilities services company Incentive FM Group, has been awarded a contract by property asset management specialists EPAM to provide a comprehensive range of engineering services across a portfolio of prestigious buildings in Manchester and Leeds.
Under the terms of the agreement, Incentive Tec will be delivering vital M&E and HVAC services, whilst ensuring that all safety systems such as fire alarms and sprinkler systems remain fully operational and compliant. The contract covers three properties in Manchester – One King Street (currently occupied by Waterstones), 1 The Avenue, Spinningfields (currently home to Armani, Australasia, CMS Cameron McKenna and Brewin Dolphin), and 3-5 Charlotte St (Bank of East Asia), as well as St Paul’s House in Leeds.
As part of the contract, an Incentive Tec engineer will be based at each site for one day every week, with additional 24/7 support from the organisation’s in-house mobile team, who are strategically placed across the UK.
Anita Adams, Operations Director at EPAM, said:
Our properties are occupied by some of the biggest names in the world of finance, retail, hospitality and more. Therefore, it is absolutely vital they are maintained to the very highest standard. We were thoroughly impressed by Incentive Tec’s comprehensive service portfolio, expertise and extensive industry knowledge, and we look forward to a successful partnership.
Chris Windass, Managing Director at Incentive Tec, said:
Manchester and Leeds continue to attract significant investment as both local economies thrive. We are honoured to be given the chance to play a vital role in the successful running of landmark buildings such as 1 The Avenue and St Paul’s House in Manchester and Leeds respectively which have become beacons for growth in the north. We are fully committed to providing world-class solutions that deliver true value for money for our clients.