Leeds-based drainage company, Jet Aire Services, has commenced a major contract to provide twice-yearly planned maintenance services for a nationwide network of retail distribution centres on behalf of City Facilities Management.
Partner contractor, Brendeck, is carrying out solution flush-cleaning of water systems with Jet Aire managing the subsequent waste disposal operation, overseeing the safe removal of over 6,000 litres of water from each site. All works have been designed and planned to minimise the distribution centres’ operational downtime. City Facilities Management are responsible for facilities management and cleaning services at all 19 sites, which are owned by ASDA and located across various regions of England, from Yorkshire to Devon.
Jet Aire Services director, Keith Ferris, said:
“Planned maintenance has become a rapidly expanding part of Jet Aire’s business in recent years as organisations are increasingly realising the value of carrying out this type of work in ensuring environmental compliance and preventing the need for costly remedial works which cause disruption and protracted downtime. Our expertise in this area has enabled us to secure some major clients and we are delighted to be working on behalf of another global name with this contract for one the world’s most trusted facilities management companies.”
With a Middlesbrough office in addition to its Aberford HQ, Jet Aire has been servicing the UK for over thirty years with a range of professional solutions to commercial, industrial and domestic clients. The company is accredited and approved by many of the environmental and drainage service industry’s leading bodies and holds both ISO9001 and ISO14001, internationally recognised standards for quality management. Jet Aire’s drainage services include CCTV surveys, high-pressure water jetting, drain/sewer cleansing and clearance, tankering and waste disposal. Its remediation capability includes CIPP patching/lining, UV lining, infiltration sealing, robotic cutting, root cutting and epoxy spray Ultracoating.