Aston University awards 3-year M&E framework agreement to Weatherite

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A 3-year framework agreement with Aston University has been awarded to Weatherite Building Services.

Weatherite Building Services has acquired a 3-year framework agreement with a possible year extension at Aston University in Birmingham covering all aspects of M&E work. For the past four years the company has worked on a one-year rolling framework contract supporting and completing various works such as ventilation, air conditioning, air-handling units, chillers, water heaters, boiler-house refurbishment, new and refurbished heating systems and all types of pipework and pump systems — together with all electrical and control requirements.

Martin Thomas, sales director, comments, ‘We have enjoyed a long and successful association with Aston University, so we are delighted to have been awarded a 3-year framework agreement and hope that this union continues long into the future.’

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