NG Bailey scores maintenance services deal

Independent solutions and engineering company, NG Bailey, has been awarded a three-year agreement to provide maintenance providers for Southampton SOCCER TEAM.

The contract sees NG Bailey providing a complete range of mechanical, constructing and electrical fabric maintenance services at St Mary’s Stadium and the club’s Staplewood training facility, that is situated on the edge of the brand new Forest.

The deal award is area of the club’s wider sustainability strategy which aims to lessen the carbon footprint of its websites and follows the year-long evaluation and aggressive tendering process.

NG Bailey says its “bespoke flexible method of developing maintenance means problems could be identified sooner and fixed faster”; details from building management can be captured and utilized to boost a building’s carbon footprint by decreasing energy and water use.

John Cooper, Functions Director at NG Bailey stated: “Maintaining excellence throughout everything we perform is a key basic principle of our just work at NG Bailey and we’ve a proven history of delivering complicated maintenance projects. We have been proud to end up being entrusted with looking after incredibly, and enhancing, these amenities. We will also be concentrating on introducing brand-new working procedures and increasing the use of technology to boost the performance of the websites through decrease in energy, water along with other resources.”

Tim Greenwell, the club’s Chief Legal & Danger Officer mentioned: “We have been thrilled to welcome NG Bailey to utilize us and we have been really looking towards creating a long-term partnership using them. Their knowledge shall allow us to help expand maintain and enhance our sites in order that our players, staff and, most of all, our fans will, with time, begin to notice a confident change really. We think that this connection shall really assist us to create the facilities to transport the club forward, assist us in getting our new sustainability technique to life and assist enhance the connection with everyone going to St Mary’s for matches along with other events.”