Dalkia UK supports the University of Lincoln’s green ambitions with new Facilities contract extension

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Dalkia UK supports the University of Lincoln’s green ambitions with new Facilities contract extension

Dalkia UK is delighted to announce the extension of its technical hard services contract with the University of Lincoln. This reflects a successful long-term partnership as they continue to work together towards a greener estate.

Based in one of the world’s great historic cities, the University of Lincoln has established a reputation as one of the most dynamic and fastest growing universities in the UK. They offer a wide variety of courses spanning the arts, sciences, and business.

Covering three university campuses Dalkia UK is responsible for 86 buildings of various ages, usages and complexities. They provide a specialised on-site call centre, which takes all emergency calls and arranges the appropriate actions for all services delivered on campus.

Leveraging its EDF Group expertise, Dalkia UK is working in partnership with the University to explore a long-term strategy to reduce carbon and provide greener facilities for over 22,000 students.

Noel Clancy, Managing Director Dalkia, commented

“We are delighted to extend our partnership with the University of Lincoln for a further term and remain committed to helping the University achieve its carbon reduction goals. Our aim is to deliver a facilities service which benefits a growing and vibrant university, renowned for its leading-edge research facilities and high student satisfaction. Through our Group companies’ expertise and knowledge, we are well positioned to help our client, and their strategic partners, achieve their exciting growth ambitions.”

Grant Anderson, Director of Estates University of Lincoln, added

“The term extension with Dalkia will build upon the strong partnership that has developed between our organisations in recent years.  It is heartening to see that we share the same goals, with a focus upon excellent service to the users of our campuses, in particular our students.  We also look forward to working with our Dalkia colleagues to drive forward our sustainability agenda and achieve the University’s aim of achieving Net Zero by 2040.”   

Added on
04 Sep 2023

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