Pictured above: Ian Lyall
National building services provider, EIC, has completed a £1.1m mechanical and electrical install at ion contract for St Anne’s Primary School in Chelmswood, Birmingham.
The newly constructed school boasts solar panels, providing it with an energy efficient alternative resource for electricity uses. The seven-month project has also included the installation of a new fire alarm system, under floor heating and electrical door access.
Ian Lyall, joint managing director for EIC, said the contract win was another boost to the company’s already strong educ at ion sector credentials. He said: “The systems we have put in place have not only contributed towards making the new building energy efficient but have also helped to provide a modern working environment for staff and pupils at St Anne’s Primary, enabling them to focus on the important business of teaching and learning.
“EIC has a reputation in the education sector as a company which delivers on its promises. We pride ourselves on working closely with our clients to ensure their expectations are exceeded throughout the process. As a result of our commitment to customer service and pride in our work, we continue to secure work with high profile contractors.”
Ian Heeley, Contract Manager at Kier Moss added: “EIC has been an integral part of the successful delivery of the new St Anne’s School facilities.
“The project required close liaison between EIC and Kier Moss as well as the Local Authority and school to ensure we met their particular requirements. The completion of this project has resulted in a very satisfied client which is testament to the skill and hard work of all those involved.”
Other education developments successfully completed by EIC include City of London Academy (Islington), Uxbridge High School, Crossways Academy, Alexander Park School, W at erg at e School, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, North East Worcester College, Mayville School Leytonstone, West Wycombe School, Oxford University’s Medical Sciences Teaching Centre and Le Rondin in Guernsey.
As a comprehensive building services provider, EIC offers both facilities management and M&E installation services, allowing clients to access a package which is tailored to match their requirements from design and build through to planned and reactive maintenance. With a 24-hour “helpdesk” facility and a network of 13 regional offices – from Scotland to Cornwall – EIC can meet the needs of both local and national customers, wherever they are located.