Bryanston School Case Study
In the three years that AquaCare has been working with the prestigious Bryanston School, the education leader has seen a marked improvement in service levels.
Bryanston, based in Dorset, can boast an alumni that includes Ben Fogle, Sir Terence Conran, Emilia Fox and Phil De Glanville, and is known for its exceptionally high teaching standards and its emphasis on all pupils fulfilling their potential.
AquaCare was first approached by the school to take on the inspection of its water tanks and, over time, this remit has increased to include a full water monitoring regime including temperature profiling, thermostatic mixer valves servicing, showerhead cleaning and swimming pool sampling.
Engineers typically spend four days a month at the school, making sure that its estates team can have complete confidence in its water supply and systems. Over time, AquaCare has developed a strong working relationship with school management.
Bryanston’s Estates Bursar Jon Mortimer said: “We have found the service provided by Aquacare to be professional, prompt and reliable, and would have no hesitation recommending them to others. Michele, our contact at AquaCare, has been crucial in building the relationship. She’s so helpful and if we ask her to do anything she does it without question. Since we switched to AquaCare there has been a noticeable, positive difference in service.”
AquaCare are water management specialists who provide all water-related services from Legionella risk assessments to network infrastructure enhancements. Our parent company is the Pennon Group plc who have assets of around £5.9 billion and a workforce of around 5,000 people and at the top end of the FTSE 250 index. We have over 15 years’ experience providing water hygiene services, water treatment and water monitoring for businesses across the South, ensuring they are compliant with health and safety regulations – protecting their staff, customers and reputation. We have a broad portfolio of customers including commercial, industrial and public sector organisations.
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