SES secures major orders with key partners and clients

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Goodhope hospital in Birmingham is one of several major contracts recently won by SES.

Building-services company SES has reported over £75 million-worth of orders across the UK. Working with a select number of key partners and clients, SES has been awarded contracts to install building services in its targeted sectors of education, health and transport. New contracts include John Lennon Airport, Goodhope Hospital and Bourneville College in Birmingham, Holland Park School in London, Greater Manchester Police Headquarters and BSF schools in Nottingham and Hull.

Mark Perkins, CEO of SES, said, ‘Our strategy of focusing on delivering excellence for our clients in sectors that we can add real value to has seen our order book grow for the year ahead. We strongly believe that the intelligent relationships that we have developed with our framework partners give us the opportunity to continue to develop our “solutions” approach to building services.

‘We place a lot of importance on being a “thinking business”, and this means that we are constantly innovating, refining and developing our solutions and processes with each project we deliver. This approach has now seen us move, in a significant way, into other key areas such as energy, carbon reduction and waste. We are quite positive about the future, regardless of the uncertainty surrounding public spending cuts.’

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