NG Bailey wins another major services contract with Circle

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Following the success of this project at Bath for Circle, NG Bailey has been awarded a major contract for a new Circle building in Reading.

NG Bailey has won a contract worth over £7 million to provide a range of services to Circle, a social enterprise that forms the largest partnership of healthcare professionals in Europe, and with main contractor VINCI Construction UK. The project includes extensive use of Bailey’s offset-manufacturing division to provide multi-service modules for Circle’s new building at Reading, complete with en-suite shower-room pods and plant rooms.

Also included is the installation of all power and lighting, heating and chilled water, ventilation and fire alarms — along with security systems (including access control and CCTV). data distribution and above-ground drainage.

The IT-services division will install structured cabling.

NG Bailey has worked with Circle before, acting as M&E provider at its Bath site in 2009.

Steve Briggs, managing director for NG Bailey’s engineering division in the south of England, said. ‘By combining the company’s varied expertise, we were able to offer a package which appealed to the client. Our commitment to excellence and our track record with the previous Circle job has meant that we have a great relationship that we hope will continue for years to come.’

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