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Does a wise investment make a good investment?


Winning Team; ‘Operational Team of the Year’ with Morgan Stanley.


Yes.


It matters which maintenance company you invest in to safeguard your facility


M&E Maintenance | Critical FM | Projects | Structured Cabling | Fabric


Norland Managed Services Ltd is a leading provider of facilities maintenance and support services in the built environment, working in partnership with some of the UK’s best known companies.


Norland operates all of their business critical operations through their dedicated Critical Engineering Services Division. This division contains all the resources you would expect to provide highly competent critical environment experts on an around the clock basis. There are dedicated chartered engineers on 24 hour call and these form the core of our incident response teams. Our incident response teams have access to preferred Critical Engineering and Risk Management (CERM™) supplier agreements, specialist labour and equipment and the highest levels of Norland management. Norland has developed a unique approach to Critical Engineering and Risk Management to reduce the softer people and process risks and the harder engineering aspects.


Norland Managed Services has signifi cant experience in the evaluation, maintenance and repair of highly resilient operations throughout the UK. This includes high specifi cation Tier IV data centres operated for global investment banking brands, state of the art data centres built for a global IT outsourcing organisation at a location outside the M25 and highly resilient operations supporting business critical corporate applications for Global FTSE 100 companies.


Your brand is safe in our hands Norland Managed Services Ltd


City Bridge House, 57 Southwark Street, London, SE1 1RU www.norlandmanagedservices.co.uk


Contact: Anders Eklund T: 07786 197 792 E: Anders.eklund@norlandmanagedservices.co.uk


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