phs Compliance works across the facilities management sector as a leading Tier 2 supplier to Tier 1 firms, boutique and specialist facilities businesses. Helping our FM clients and their occupiers mitigate risk and optimise workplace compliance and efficiency.
phs Compliance, a preferred supplier to leading UK commercial real estate managers delivering property services across the built asset life cycle. Best-in-class technical and building engineering services to keep safe, maintain and improve valuable commercial assets.
phs Compliance, supporting facilities maintenance for leading UK operators and owners of managed and tenanted pubs, cinemas, restaurants and hotels. And grocery, out-of-town and High Street retail brands are supported with property and facilities compliance, maintenance and management.
Business resilience and recovery planning is key for those organisations expected to maintain continuity in adverse circumstances. phs Compliance supports the safety and reliability of healthcare, defence, telecommunications and financial services providers.
phs Compliance supports safe, compliant and sustainable estate management across education, health and care, police authorities, custodial environments, and local and central government with experienced, DBS-checked and security-cleared employees.
Workplace compliance with UK health and safety legislation requires statutory and recommended inspection and test of electrical, gas, fire, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and appliances, and PHS Compliance offers a total compliance solution.
PHS Compliance delivers planned preventive maintenance of electrical assets to SFG20 standards. We also offer remedial electrical services as a trusted third party, helping you to maintain the compliance of electrical installations.
PHS Compliance delivers planned preventive maintenance of mechanical heating, cooling, air conditioning & ventilation assets to SFG20 standards, and reactive maintenance on a bespoke and tailored basis according to your specific reactive maintenance needs.
PHS Compliance delivers comprehensive project design, installation, commissioning and maintenance services for fire and security systems, complementing our workplace compliance and M&E building engineering services capabilities.
PHS Compliance delivers nationwide electrical project works, commercial gas installations and HVAC installation projects. Our scope of service includes design, supply and installation as well as the testing & commissioning of all low voltage installations, from power to lighting.
Part of a 170-strong nationwide estate, the Yorkshire HMRC site provides taxation services for individuals and corporations along with secure data centre operations. PHS Compliance began delivering electrical inspection and test services to site in 2015. The HMRC site suffered from extensive flooding during December 2015 as a result of tropical storms Desmond and Eva. The site basement, containing 1200 circuits, a comms room and low voltage panels was under four feet of flood water, only weeks after a full electrical test and inspection had been carried out by us. BS 7671 and trade body guidance stipulates that a full electrical inspection be carried out post-flood or fire. Water ingress not only damages and destroys electrical equipment and switch gear but fundamentally changes supply characteristics too, impacting electrical safety across the entire site. We identified 129 C2 defects, and another 231 less serious defects were identified. C2 defects are
phs Compliance began working with our client in 2015, delivering electrical fixed wire inspection and testing services across one hundred per cent of the hospital estate. Completed in 2010 at a cost of £545m, the hospital was the first acute facility built in the region for over 70 years, with 30 surgical theatres and 44% of patient accommodation consisting of en-suite single rooms. Inspection and testing in a highly operational hospital environment is one of the biggest challenges faced by our engineers, as well as by the site estates team. The requirement to isolate circuits for testing purposes in this environment is a significant responsibility, involving not just public areas, busy wards and A&E departments, but treatment wards, surgeries and operating theatres too. Testing these areas in accordance with BS 7671 requires full cooperation of site staff and the hospital estates department. It is important to plan the work well in advance and inform all staff within the
Commissioned by a partner organisation, phs Compliance installed and commissioned new electrical power and data cabling works to 392 court rooms across 109 Magistrates' Courts room as part of a nationwide government digitalisation project. Each court room was surveyed by our lead engineers working alongside other major contractors involved in the digitalisation project. Not only did we have to deal with major security and access issues, we faced technical challenges resulting from potential asbestos, Listed Building status of some courts, and complex building fabrics including thick concrete floors and bomb-proof concrete floors. A great deal of out-of-hours and weekend working was involved in meeting project deadlines. phs Compliance committed 24-7 on call supervisors to the project as well as a full-time experienced Contract Manager who liaised with the prime contractor on start, completion and delivery dates. We engaged reputable asbestos
Our client, one of the UK’s ‘Big Four’ grocery retailers, needed technical expertise to better understand its building assets and facilities operations with specific reference to its superstores based in the Republic of Ireland. Our built asset management project captured asset information at over 34 superstores. And within our CAFM system we recorded asset data to enable a capital expenditure replacement forecast programme to be better defined. Senior property managers were able to better identify and quantify the value of electrical equipment assets held within their superstore, convenience store and forecourt operations. Asset categories requiring investigation as standardised reporting were defined by our client’s property management team and included: identification of all assets present on all sites installation dates and model/serial numbers physical location of each asset within each store maintenance status/ forthcoming maintenance
Are you on track? Our customers trust us to maintain and support mechanical and electrical assets across critical infrastructure. We support global financial institutions and brands to maintain safe efficient workplaces in premier Class A headquarters and commercial properties . If you aren't already using a class A maintenance provider for your Class A premises, shouldn't you be? Our customers' premises are on the right track for compliance.
phs Compliance deliver, nationwide, a range of mechanical maintenance services for our customer, a specialist treatment provider to the NHS. Our customer carries out over 500, 000 treatments every year for over 4000 patients in 50 clinics nationwide. A safe and comfortable treatment centre environment is paramount. Planned maintenance for commercial gas heating & hot water and air conditioning systems forms the cornerstone of our support for this customer's operations. Treatment centres contain a mix of air handling units as well as variable refrigerant flow air conditioning systems, alongside standard gas-fired boilers, pipework & vessels. We also deliver gas servicing, plumbing repairs for domestic hot water & waste water systems, and provide reactive maintenance services too. Our client requires three-hour call out support so that ill and vulnerable patients attending treatment centres are not put at risk from loss of hot water or heating. We
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Helping over 2,000 customers across the UK achieve compliance
Over 400 highly qualified and experienced engineers nationwide
phs Compliance engineers use advanced mobile technology to record key information for built assets. This enables your business to better understand classification, function, life cycle stage and locational grouping for each type of building asset. All asset data we capture is fully compatible with your CAFM, building management or modelling systems.
Workplace safety inspection and testing regimes are governed by statutory compliance obligations as laid down in UK legislation and within British Standards. phs Compliance delivers statutory inspection services across electrical, commercial gas, HVAC and fire safety systems.
You can be assured that your assets are correctly maintained, year in, year out. Your operational spend can be better forecast and known in advance. With phs Compliance's planned maintenance programmes in place, you'll know that your electrical, commercial gas, HVAC and fire systems are cost-efficient and optimised to SFG20 maintenance standards.
phs compliance provides reactive maintenance for all mechanical and electrical assets. Our reactive service level agreements offer the responsiveness and security your business depends upon, and we can flex our capability to suit your needs. We offer comprehensive remedial services for maintaining the safety of your electrical installations.
Using asset performance data, we'll review and advise when your built assets have reached 'tipping point' and are largely un-economical to continue to be maintained. phs Compliance can help you achieve the greatest possible return on investment through design, specification and commissioning of highly efficient replacement assets.
You can rely upon us to operate and self-deliver electrical and mechanical installation contacting to the highest quality and technical standards. As a professional M&E contractor you can rely upon phs Compliance to manage the installation of new electrical or mechanical systems, ensuring you meet completion, handover, cost control and energy efficiency objectives.