Murray Buiding Services aim to be Carbon Neutral

Murray Building Services March Update

Carbon footprint

Directors, Andy and Simon are fully committed to their goal of being carbon-neutral by 2028. 

In a bid to help reduce Murray’s CO2 footprint and achieve this goal, several electric vehicles have recently been added to the Murray fleet.

Big change

The new Big Change platform that was implemented at the end of 2022 is now fully operational and already providing a host of efficiencies.  This really is a big change for Murrays, making the department more proactive and streamlined in its operations.

Maintenance and Operations Manager Martin Smith said his team has much more visibility of jobs and the real-time reporting is a massive benefit.

Project wins

2023 is set to be another busy year as we continue to secure new contracts

Fairfield Hospital emergency department – A £500k project for City Build adding to the large portfolio of healthcare work that Murrays have undertaken over recent years.

Manchester City Football Club city shop – Dawnvale Group

Multiple projects for regular client Blackburn Hospital, include Robot enabling works with D&G Builders and COAU to OPD as well as a new pharmacy.

Maintenance projects

We have secured a reactive and planned maintenance contract for The Nelson and Colne Group, consisting of Nelson and Colne College, Accrington and Rossendale College, Waterside Centre, and Lancashire Adult Learning Centre.

Accrington Academy has renewed its reactive and planned maintenance contract for the third year running.

Project handovers

Bury College Histem has now been handed to the client, a project worth over 1.25M.

Assura Offices, Manchester

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