Alpine Works signs contract for continuing emergency lighting support at UCL

The Surrey based contractor is now confirmed as the supplier for all testing and maintenance of emergency lighting on UCL’s 225-plus building estate until 31st October 2019.

Geoff Prudence, director of facilities and infrastructure for UCL, welcomed the support provided by Alpine Works. ‘Safety and compliance is very important to us,’ he said, ‘and with our growing estate as well as ongoing project works, making sure that every building complies with legal requirements is essential. Alpine Works is a proven partner in helping us maintain the very highest health and safety standards.’

John Coleman hailed the new contract. ‘Having worked on this campus since 2002, we are delighted with this vote of confidence in our service. We look forward to continuing to work with UCL in the coming years.’

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