A STOCKTON based mechanical, electrical and water management company has won a three-year contract with Cleveland Police.
JH Mechanical Services has been awarded the three-year contract with Cleveland Police which will support the creation of a further 4 new jobs within the fast-growing company.
Ran by husband and wife duo John and Heather Heward, the company will manage mechanical maintenance across all Cleveland Police’s buildings and estates. The new contract win will see the team expand their public-sector client base having recently secured Cleveland Fire Brigade’s mechanical and electrical maintenance management.
With a team of 30 the firm already provides services to many companies across the north east including Teesside University, Newcastle University and the Northern Education Trust amongst other long-term clients.
The recent expansion of the client portfolio has seen JH Mechanical Services invest in their project team, adding a mechanical contracts manager, as well as an electrical contracts manager position.
John Heward, managing director of JH Mechanical Services said: “Our expertise in both mechanical and electrical services, alongside our robust processes, has given our clients the reassurance that we can deliver their technical requirements whilst maintaining due diligence.
“We pride ourselves on our understanding of our clients. Each site is unique and the requirements vary. Our structure allows us to incorporate client guidelines into our procedures so they are adhering to their legal responsibilities with the confidence of a high level of workmanship.
“Cleveland Police adds to other high profile contracts we manage within the region and not only supports our long-term strategy, but creates jobs right here in Teesside and supports the local supply chain, which puts money back into the heart of our communities.”
The latest contract win was secured during the Covid-19 pandemic and was awarded due to the quality of the bid which demonstrated an ability to deliver high standards across the full requirement.