Correct Contract Services is delighted to have been appointed as a supplier within the ProcurePublic and National Framework Partnership networks, giving us new access to a wide range of tendering opportunities nationwide within Public Sector procurement.
One of Wessex Heartbeat’s main sponsors has been working in partnership to support our local NHS staff at this time.
Correct Contract Services Limited based in Andover is offering all NHS staff in the Andover area a free gas service and safety check on their boiler and heating system.
The offer is open to the first 50 people on a first come first served basis.
Danny Gladwyn of Correct Contract Services Limited said “having a partnership with Wessex Heartbeat has been a wonderful opportunity for us to develop our community support, and now that Wessex Heartbeat are working hard in support of our NHS at this difficult time, we thought this was one area we could help”.
John Munro, CEO of Wessex Heartbeat said “having partners such as Correct Contract Services Limited allow us many ways of how we can support our community and our NHS Staff, I think this is a wonderful gesture that I hope many will take up”.
Those who would like to take up this fabulous offer please contact Correct Contract Services Limited by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01246 336670 where their staff will be delighted to help you.
If you would like to support Wessex Heartbeat please go to www.heartbeat.org.uk
We are delighted to announce that on 20th March 2020 we were appointed as an Approved Supplier in the Heating & Renewables Framework for the Fusion21 procurement service. Fusion21 provides procurement services to over 500 public sector bodies, offering contract frameworks using a range of approved suppliers which now includes Correct Contract Services.
As a result we are able to access a wider range of potential customers who can deal with us safe in the knowledge that we have been pre-accredited by a respected procurement services provider.
Staff from top mechanical and electrical services specialists Correct Contract Services (CCS) in Andover, have taken time off work to help locally based disability charity, Enham Trust, pack thousands of tea-bags for Christmas cuppas around the world.
The volunteers from CCS’ head office in Hopkinson Way, were working in one of Enham Trust’s successful social enterprises – Enham Third Party Logistics – where the charity has already packed 3.2 million tea-bags this year for a leading London department store.
The event was part of a number of community initiatives which CCS staff do annually to help hard-working local charities like Enham Trust which supports and empowers 6,000 disabled people annually to live, work and enjoy life.
“We had a great day volunteering at Enham Trust and working with its inspirational and amazing staff who are so passionate about improving the lives of some of the most disadvantaged and vulnerable members of our community,” says Danny Gladwyn, Managing Director of CCS. “It was a great privilege to be able to support the Trust at this very special time of the year which is all about giving those in need a helping hand.”
The charity which has been operating for almost 100 years and actively employs disabled staff, provides specialist care, housing and employment for people with disabilities, enabling them to live a life of independence, choice and control.
“The CCS team did a fantastic job of packing teabags and we really appreciated all their hard work and effort on the day,” says Hannah Monck, Head of Income Generation. “Volunteers are absolutely vital to the work of the Enham Trust and we are delighted to work in partnership with CCS.”
For more information about Enham Trust, please visit: www.enhamtrust.org.uk
Volunteers from Correct Contract Services help pack tea-bags for disability charity Enham Trust in Andover: (from L-R) CCS Technical Director Trevor Dempsey, Chloe Plummer, Enham Trust Fundraising Assistant, CCS Managing Director Danny Gladwyn, and CCS Commercial Director Andy Denney.
We are proud to announce that we have signed a corporate partnership with Wessex Heartbeat to help the charity improve cardiac care in our local community.
The partnership will feature healthy heart checks for CCS staff, and special fundraising events. The partnership runs for an initial 12 months with an option to extend.
Danny Gladwyn, managing director at Correct Contract Services, said: “We are immensely proud of our association with Wessex Heartbeat and are looking forward to working closely with the team there. The plan is to raise awareness and funds, whilst helping to improve the health of our own colleagues. I’m looking forward to building our relationship with the charity and its other partners over the coming months.”
“Wessex Heartbeat plays a vital role within our local community – helping to improve the cardiac health of those living here. At Correct Contract Services, we are committed to supporting worthy causes – and this is certainly an excellent example of that.
John Munro, Wessex Heartbeat’s chief executive, said: “We value our corporate partners tremendously, and Correct Contract Services is wonderful addition to our group of business supporters. We hope to form a strong bond with this highly-respected local engineering company over the course of the next year – and hopefully into the longer term future.”
Wessex Heartbeat’s partnerships help to raise funds to support local families and provide cardiac care in the Wessex region, as well as offering support and services in local businesses.
On May 25th/26th Bank Holiday Weekend Danny will be walking 100KM in a continuous 24 hour period from London to Brighton to support MIND, please kindly donate as much as you can for this great cause via my just giving page below.
We are so pleased to be gaining 100% in our Customer Satisfaction across our jobs.
We are very proud of our Site Teams and these Customer Satisfaction questionaires show that pride is justified!
Of course, our Office Team should also be recognised for their customer service.
It was lovely to meet the Residents at Hanover Court, Hazelmere yesterday and discuss the works which are due to start in their properties very soon.
They were such a nice positive group of people and we are looking forward to working with them.
Thank you to Annette the Estate Manager for letting us tag on to her Green Shoots Meeting.
We currently have vacancies for the following engineers to join our growing team.
1 x Gas Service and Breakdown Engineer
1 x Commercial/Domestic Gas Engineer
2 x Gas Installation Engineers
Excellent rates of pay and benefits. Areas covered are Hampshire/Wilts/Berks
Please send CV’s to email@example.com
Below is a quote from an email received from another satisfied customer!
We are very proud of all of our Workforce and praise like this shows our pride is justified!
My mother who is 80 years old and not in the bests of health was absolutely delighted with the service she received from your engineer. ( She couldn’t remember his name) It was a very cold day and she had been without her heating for a week and was not looking forward to having the disruption in her bungalow. It was not possible to move my mother out for the day due to her health so she had to wrap up warm and be prepared for the inconvenience. Your engineer reassured her that he would get the boiler in and working for her before he went home that day.
Sure enough, he worked solidly all day without stopping until the boiler was in and working. He had arrived at 8.00 am and left her home at 7pm, what a service! He was so considerate to her needs and she said it was a delight to have such an polite friendly work man in her home.
He cleared up every bit of dust and mess which made such a difference considering it could have been a very stressful day for her.
We are all too quick to point out the errors and bad bits of a something but not always so forthcoming with praise for the good bits. Well, Mrs Brown was so relieved to have this engineer, she felt that he went above and beyond in providing an excellent service, not just in workmanship but total consideration.
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