Churchill awarded environmental services contract at Bath University

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Churchill will provide Bath University water sampling and analysis for compliance throughout its estate.

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The environmental compliance division of the Churchill Group has secured a new contract worth more than £280,000 with the University of Bath to provide water sampling and analysis for compliance.

The agreement will see Churchill Environmental deliver a full suite of water hygiene and legionella control compliance tasks across approximately 60 buildings, incorporating a mixture of educational and residential buildings at the university.

“We are very excited to be working with the university and this win is testament to our continued growth in the higher education sector,” Managing Director of Churchill Environmental, Spencer Culley, said, as reported by FMJ.

“We are looking forward to working with the university’s team to deliver a high-quality and fully compliant service.”

Churchill Environmental will use its technology platform to integrate with the university’s electronic compliance and asset management system to makes sure a seamless roll-out is achieved, providing automated, up-to-the-minute data and progress reports.


Churchill are experts in facilities management and believe “that everyone deserves to take the safety of their environment as a given.”

The University of Bath clearly agrees. As a top flight university, ranking in the top 10 in the country, the University of Bath is not only known for its research and teaching excellence, but also its all round student experience – something the management team makes a priority when considering contractors and projects.

According to the M&E Compliance Manager from the University of Bath, David Hoare, the university was keen to work with a supplier that could demonstrate flexible working practices and robust health and safety policies, to deliver services in the most efficient manner.

“Following a rigorous procurement process, Churchill Environmental stood as an ideal supplier for managing our site’s water systems,” said Hoare.

“We have a multi-use estate and the team demonstrated its ability to be flexible enough to adapt to our ever-changing environment.”