In partnership with the Estates staff, who formed a Green Team, ECGFS made a number of adjustments to time schedules and set points, along with a careful observation of the HVAC plant throughout the Library Estate, and reduced the carbon footprint by a staggering 16%, meeting the entire years Carbon Management Plan target on their own
The two marvellous tradesmen that were here last week completed the work with skill and precision and, when they left, you would never have known that they had been in at all, other than the repair had been completed and all was well.
If there were more quality workmen like these two guys the world would be a much better place.
Before ECGFS took over the planned maintenance of the site, there were not only an abundance of problems surrounding air conditioning, plant and equipment, but we also had very little control and clarity of who was coming to site and what they were there to do.
A trusting relationship is now forming and the foundations have been laid to make this a successful contract. A big thank you to everyone in the ECGFS team for their efforts.
ECGFS have been really proactive in introducing initiatives to Ocean Terminal in the first 3 years of the contract with energy saving studies; LED fittings; test monitors; sensor installations; programming and we have benefited through substantial savings of around 38%.