|Contract signed by Geoff Prudence, Head of Engineering, Maintenance and Infrastructure with Paul Phillips, Head of Consultancy Services, Assurity Consulting.|
Over the first two years of the contract there are 220 legionella risk assessments planned across the building portfolio, which includes office and teaching space, halls of residence, museums, hospitals and observatories.
Assurity Consulting Consultants are seen as a trusted partner by UCL and are given access to their intranet, all buildings and carry out assessments independently in a professional manner matching the values of the UCL employees.
UCL is one of the world's leading universities, founded in London to open up education to all on equal terms. Today their outstanding research and innovative teaching drive entrepreneurial solutions to the world's major problems.
UCL Estates manages the engineering and maintenance infrastructure from the strategic to the operational, across property acquisition and management, capital projects, engineering and maintenance, environmental sustainability, safety, security, cleaning and including student residences and central room bookings. They strive to provide a coordinated and customer oriented approach to developing, maintaining and adapting UCL's estate and a wide range of support services to create an environment which supports UCL's academic mission.
"Assurity Consulting were selected in the tender process due to their independence in the marketplace. We needed an organisation that could cope with the scale of the project, and they needed to be able to work against KPIs that were set in stone. They also needed to demonstrate excellent planning and organisation skills to deliver the quality of service we expect from our suppliers. Assurity Consulting use their own employed Consultants, who deliver outstanding customer service and they give a clear picture by focusing on the management of our risks and situation. Their reports are easy to understand with accurate schematics which give us solid knowledge of our situation and the actions that need to be undertaken." Patrick Julien, Building Services Manager, UCL