London Drainage Facilities awarded brand new prestigious contract with The Grosvenor Hotel, London
 

 

London Drainage Facilities awarded brand new prestigious contract with The Grosvenor Hotel, London

Friday, February 5th, 2016

London Drainage Facilities (LDF) has been appointed by The Grosvenor Hotel to maintain and service its core drainage systems for an initial 2 year period after fending off fierce competition from a number of other drainage rivals.

The contract, reviewed annually, will see the company provide its drain maintenance services to one of London’s most iconic hotels and be tasked with the responsibility of looking after the state and condition of all foul and surface water pipework serving all key areas of the hotel including the Kitchen’s and Restaurant and Bar areas.

Danny Fuller, Managing Director of LDF has been instrumental in securing this contract and said: “This has been many months in the making but finally we have been selected to work alongside one of London’s most famous brands revered around not only the UK, but around the world! We get straight to work from February 2016 and it is an exciting opportunity for our Engineer’s to ensure the hotel is kept blockage free and fully operational for the thousands of visitors which walk through its doors on a daily basis”.

Fraser Ruthven, the company’s Head of Marketing & Growth adds: “This award further positions us a leading player in the drainage sector within Central London and the South-East of England. We are steadily building a proven track record of delivering drainage work for a number of high-profile customers in a similar area already including the Four Season’s and St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel chains, which I am sure helped to highlight us as the best candidate for the job”.

The Grosvenor Hotel is situated right in the heart of Central London and now restored back to its former glory, this Grade II listed building is the favoured choice of many of London’s thousands of tourist visitors each year.

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