Premier Technical Services Group (PTSG) has renewed its maintenance contract with a busy motorway services.
The group’s South Suspended Access division will deliver annual maintenance works at Birchanger Green Services for the eight year running after originally being awarded the contact in 2007.
The services are situated at junction eight on the M11 motorway near Bishops Storford in Hertfordshire.
Scott Hawtrey, divisional director at PTSG, said: “Maintaining and renewing contracts with existing clients is essential to PTSG. We pride ourselves on our reputation for delivering works successfully and on time and so we are delighted that we have extended our association with Birchanger Green Services.
“The contract covers an annual testing as well as all necessary maintenance works.”
Birchanger Green Services, which is owned by Welcome Break, is a busy motorway services serving attractions such as Stanstead Airport, London City and Audley End House.
Welcome Break is the now one of the largest independent motorway service operators in the UK and has led the revolution in changing the motorway service sector.
It has been around for more than 50 years and is now in locations across the UK. Its 4,500-strong team offers hospitality and retail brands such as Waitrose, Starbucks, KFC and Burger King.
Welcome Break services are visited by around 80 million people each year.