MITCHELLS & BUTLERS CHOOSE MITTON GROUP FOR M&E MAINTENANCE SERVICES

Further expanding their client portfolio in the leisure sector, mechanical and electrical services specialists Mitton Group have won a competitive tender let by Mitchells & Butlers, one of the largest operators of restaurants, pubs and bars in the UK.

The agreement means Mitton Group will supply planned and reactive maintenance services across the Mitchells & Butlers estate for an area covering covering Scotland and the central/north eastern section of England as far west as Yorkshire and south to Lincolnshire.

Mitchells & Butlers currently operates more than 1,700 restaurants and pubs located all over the UK. The work carried out by Mitton Group will include mechanical and electrical maintenance work for heating and cooling systems, emergency lighting, fire alarms and ancillary services including PAT testing as required.

Both companies subscribe to the philosophy of establishing strong and collaborative partnerships to deliver excellent levels of service. The Mitton team will be on call for Mitchells & Butlers sites on a 24/7 basis, providing an emergency call out service alongside the provision of planned service and maintenance schedules.

Mitton Group has seen significant expansion over the past five years, with service centres in Scotland, the North of England, the Midlands and the south of the country. Winning this tender reflects the organisation’s commitment to providing professional, value for money services meeting response deadlines to match customer requirements and ensure optimum reliability and efficiency of mechanical and electrical services.

“At Mitton Group, we are continuing to build our client portfolio across sectors including leisure, retail, commercial and industrial premises,” stated Neil Burns, Group Operations Director for Mitton. “For Mitchells & Butler, we will be using our established expertise and national network of engineers to ensure we support their commitment to the safe, responsible and hygienic operation of their business premises at all times.”

 

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