Walker Morris is a UK law firm based in the heart of Leeds business district with their new purpose-built HQ. With over 450 staff on site including 46 partners, Walker Morris is uniquely recognised for its strong multi-disciplinary teamwork and straightforward advice.
KeyIS had already established a successful relationship with Walker Morris through various project installation works carried out by our in-house fit out team.
They required a maintenance company who not only could provide the majority of maintenance services in-house, removing the need for multiple service providers, but also a trusted and flexible service provider to meet their dynamic business needs.
They were also looking for a single point of contact to manage all maintenance aspects to their HQ.
The planned, preventative and reactive maintenance services we provide include:
• Electrical power and distribution
• Portable appliance testing
• Heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems
• Mechanical and electrical building services
• Minor building fabric maintenance
• Fire alarm system maintenance
• Fire extinguishers
• Statutory inspection and testing
• Reactive and emergency repairs
• Water treatment and testing
• Emergency lighting
• Lift maintenance
KeyIS were successfully awarded a long-term contract in 2018 to provide planned, preventative and reactive maintenance, delivered through our 24/7 help desk facility ensuring 100% statutory compliance is achieved. We also provide guaranteed response times to all of our emergency call outs, thereby ensuring speed of response.
We actively work with Walker Morris to help them optimise the energy consumption for the building and reduce their carbon footprint to assist them in meeting their environmental target and business objectives.
Within the building, 2 levels are sub-leased to other companies, therefore forward planning is essential to ensure access is mutually agreed and planned to avoid disruption to the sub-tenants.
With efficient and thorough forward planning, we were able to avoid any disruption to the sub-tenants of the building.