The East Midlands-based facilities management company has teamed up with Leicestershire-based electrical contractors, ICS Electrical Contractors, to expand and improve its existing service offerings.
The partnership will strengthen M&E services within the TFS Group, whose clients include Odeon and CBRE, providing enhanced engineering resources, expertise and capabilities nationwide.
Speaking about the new partnership, Martin Gayle, Managing Director of TFS Facilities Services, said: “TFS was looking for the right partner to strengthen its electromechanical services offering greater diversity to our customers. This partnership will more than bridge the gap and ensure that TFS is able to offer fully informed and compliant electrical service to all of its existing and potential customers. ICS had worked closely with TFS for some time, providing excellent service, professional advice, hence the pleasantly inevitable partnership.
Jordan Cooley, Director of ICS Electrical Contractors, added: “This new partnership will allow ICS and the TFS Group to extend its services nationwide. Having spent over a decade in the industry, it is a privilege to work with such a prestigious company, especially as a young entrepreneur, taking ICS to the next level. I started the company to provide exceptional service, always on budget and on time, to commercial clients in the public and private sectors. Our partnership with TFS allows us to solve supply chain issues in the FM, mechanical and electrical industries, with a full in-house operations team. »
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