Chubb has been chosen as 'the supplier of choice' for all fire and security maintenance across the nationwide premises of Her Majesty's Land Registry.
Chubb UK is servicing and maintaining closed circuit television (CCTV), intruder and access control systems, fire alarms, fire extinguishers and fire mechanical systems, including sprinklers and gas suppression systems, at 31 Land Registry sites around the country. The contract was put out to tender by the facilities management company, Carillion, on behalf of Land Registry, and Chubb secured the contract based on its proven track record.
Ian Preston, engineering services manager, Carillion, says that he was happy to confirm Chubb as one of Carillion's preferred suppliers.
"We have been extremely happy with the support and services offered by Chubb to date," he says. "Our account manager at Chubb has worked impressively hard to accommodate all of our needs and provided an exceptional level of customer service."
Chubb operates a nationwide network of more than 500 security system engineers as well as over 200 fire alarm service engineers, providing maintenance and emergency repairs 24/7. Furthermore, with a nationwide team of more than 250 qualified fire extinguisher service engineers, Chubb has the ability to service and maintain all types and makes of extinguishers, in addition to providing a team of trained service engineers with a wealth of experience in the service and maintenance of fixed fire suppression systems.
Her Majesty's Land Registry is an executive agency of the Government that has been registering title to land in England and Wales for 150 years. It has offices in Birkenhead, Coventry, Durham, Fylde, Gloucester, Kingston-upon-Hull, Leicester, Nottingham, Peterborough, Plymouth, Swansea, Telford and Weymouth, and its head offices are based in Croydon.
Carillion is one of the UK's leading support services and construction companies, employing approximately 50,000 people in areas that include health, education, regeneration, road, rail, defence and commercial property.