Fairfield Control Systems is proud to have been awarded the Environment Agency’s (EA) Midlands and Anglia regions MEICA Framework contract to deliver Instrumentation, Control and Automation (ICA) Services.
The four year framework contract delivers the following services for sites in the Midlands and Anglia regions:
- Routine Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM)
- Provision of a 24 hour/365 day reactive works service
- Project works
The contract includes routine maintenance and support for in excess of 1000 individual assets on over 500 of the EA’s Flood alleviation, level control and monitoring sites. In addition, Fairfields will continue to provide system replacements and refurbishments along with improvements, upgrades and equipment obsolescence management.
Fairfield’s Managing Director, Michael Doney, said:
“We have been working closely with the Environment Agency, delivering preventative maintenance, emergency call outs and projects works for close to 15 years and are pleased to be able to continue this relationship into the future.
We are focused on creating sustainable success for our business and for our customers and remain committed to helping the EA to protect and improve the environment whilst helping them to achieve their own sustainability programme. Being awarded the framework shows our commitment to this and also underlines our expertise and experience in the waterways industry and environment.”
Fairfields has over 25 years’ experience of working in the waterways sector. Our dedicated Service Department is responsible for the day-to-day delivery of the framework with support from our Project Teams as required.
Fairfield’s Service Manager, Jason Varney, added:
“Securing this framework for a third term is great news for the company and especially our Service Team, who have been responsible for the maintenance of the Environment Agency’s assets for many years. We can now continue to provide the high standard of service for many more years to come.
The Service Team is committed to delivering the highest levels of service and understands the importance of reacting quickly to some of the country’s most important flood defence systems.
The main difference for this framework is the way we are reporting data back to the EA. We will be working with them to streamline the reporting systems making it more effective and efficient for us and for them”.