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Aircare has been awarded a 1M three year Facilities Management contract for an international pharmaceutical manufacturer based in North East England.

The contract covers all of the building services including HVAC, natural gas, steam plant, mechanical and electrical services, hot and cold water services, water treatment, drainage, fire / CCTV security systems, elevators, production areas, clean rooms, auto-doors and access, lighting, building works, fork-lift and mobile plant, external ground works, minor works and decorating..

Aircare is providing a full-time on site engineering supervisor and HVAC / mechanical specialist engineer as well as providing all of the specialist sub-contract services.

Aircare shall be managing the contract using Computer Aided Facilities Management software to provide asset management, works programming including all the necessary site logs and documentation to satisfy legislative, environmental and energy efficiency requirements.

Brexit Update

Feb
2019
20

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With little over one month to the deadline it certainly appears there is a stalemate situation with UK/Europe negotiations, and differing opinions with no definitive agreement between the UK’s main political parties.  This means a “no deal” Brexit is a high possibility, or a Brexit delay with more unwanted uncertainty, or put bluntly two wasted years of arguing and incompetence from both sides (UK and EU including all of the UK’s political parties) with next to nothing achieved at the eleventh hour and UK/EU businesses simply expected to battle through.

Again many customers and clients have asked what the implications are of a “no deal” and what effect this may have on the services Aircare provide, the plant and equipment Aircare supply and current legislation. 

Brexit, regardless of the final outcome, will have zero effect on the services Aircare provide and our main plant and equipment suppliers (manufacturing in the UK and Asia) have confirmed Brexit with have little adverse effect.  However all of this makes the assumption there will be no or minimal border disruption for the import of components and spare parts.  Unfortunately this looks like a “wait and see” scenario with probable short term emergency measures put in place to ensure the undisrupted flow of goods with minimal delays.

Aircare also considers there will be no immediate or short term changes with current legislation concerning CE marking, plant/building regulation, ISO, plant/equipment standards, F-Gas, Gas-Safe, Health & Safety etc., the current status quo must remain in place as, put simply, there is nothing to replace it with at time of writing.

Aircare can assure all our customers and clients that “we are ready” for whatever outcome and will continue to provide service as normal, should we encounter problems with components sourced from the EU we will work to find alternate solutions.  We will update our clients and customers as necessary as the Brexit process unwinds.

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Aircare have been awarded the contract for the replacement of the HVAC system serving an international snack food manufacturing plant located in the Midlands. The client required an energy efficient and environmentally friendly solution to replace the existing systems and reduce energy use.

Aircare is the appointed specialist contractor and will be providing all services including, design, planning, project management, crane-lift, electrical and mechanical services, testing, commissioning and handover.

Aircare shall be supplying the latest energy efficient Carrier package roof top units with a cooling duty of 200kW each with free cooling capability connected to a low level displacement air distribution system.

The project commenced December 2018 with a completion around July 2019.  The images show the first unit being lifted in place Early January 2019.

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All of the staff at Aircare Services wish everyone “A Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year for 2019”.

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all of our clients, customers, supply partners, associates and friends for their continued support and assistance throughout 2018, and for the friendly working relationships we have all enjoyed.

Our offices shall close Friday afternoon the 21st December 2018 and shall reopen Wednesday the 2nd  January 2019.Site attendance, emergency and breakdown cover for our FM and maintenance customers will continue as usual throughout the holidays with the out of hours contact numbers for emergencies.

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Good luck to North Shields Juniors AFC U7’s.

Aircare is proud to provide sponsorship to the North Shields Juniors AFC U7 Reds Team and wishes them all the best for the coming season.

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Aircare are now an approved specialist supplier and installer for Panasonic air conditioning equipment.

The Panasonic range includes air conditioning, heat pumps, heating, ventilation and heat recovery equipment for residential and commercial applications including VRV / VRF systems.

Panasonic, a world leader in HVAC technology, offers a comprehensive range of HVAC solutions, ultra-high energy efficiency ratings and five year warranty subject to service agreement.  To satisfy demand and minimise delivery times Panasonic have just opened a new manufacturing and distribution facility in Europe this month.

Aircare personnel have attended the Panasonic design and service training courses for specific product and technical training, and have been supplying the complete range of Panasonic equipment this summer with positive customer feedback.

Brexit Planning

Sep
2018
13

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Whether you’re for or against the odds are its going to happen March next year with or without a Brexit deal.  Many clients and customers have asked what effect this may have on the services that Aircare provide concerning equipment and parts availability, supply chain, legislation, etc.

Following informal discussions with our supply partners the general census of opinion is “nothing major to worry about, business as usual regardless”, many consider that Brexit will have a positive effect long term.

Assuming a “no deal” short term possible delivery and customs delays may be encountered for component parts however with most of our HVAC equipment from suppliers based in the UK, Asia and the US Brexit will have no or little impact whatever the final outcome may be, and our supply partners are making the necessary arrangements with their supply chains to minimise any potential disruption.

Their shall almost certainly be a transition period with potential problems, this may last for days, weeks or months, however Aircare shall be increasing stock levels over the next 6 months to counteract this and we shall be planning to ensure Aircare is ready for every eventuality, this shall ensure our customers and clients continue to receive “service as normal” with no or little disruption.

With regards to legislation we anticipate the current “Status Quo” shall remain in place for the next few years, this will be slowly amended or changed depending on the final outcome.  Again in our opinion “nothing to worry about”.

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“Dan

 

I would just like to say thank you for all the work and the service you have provided, I will be passing your name on to my colleges and other companies also please pass my thanks on to Louise  

 

Best regards”

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“Just like to say Aircare have been the best contractor we have dealt with on the build, John’s help and advice from the first phone call, any of the office staff I have spoken to have been really helpful, Jack installing the units has made a really neat and tidy job.”

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Aircare has been awarded the contract for the replacement of the comfort cooling water chillers serving a Newcastle city centre multi-storey listed building. The client required an energy efficient and environmentally friendly solution to replace the existing water chillers, and satisfy the planning requirements of English Heritage.

Aircare has been appointed the specialist contractor and will be providing all services including, planning, project management, crane-lift, electrical and mechanical services, testing, commissioning and handover.

Aircare shall be supplying two roof mounted Carrier energy efficient package scroll water chillers with a cooling duty of 300kW and modifying the existing comfort cooling system as required.

The project is due to commence around July2018 with a completion around August 2018.

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