Coolair are pleased to announce our inclusion in a select group of elite HVAC experts chosen to work in partnership with Mitsubishi under their new Diamond Contractor scheme.
Diamond Contractor certification recognises that as a company we have achieved an exceptional level of training, expertise and customer satisfaction and that we are identified as experts in the design and installation of HVAC systems using Mitsubishi Electric’s extensive range of products.
This brings real benefits to our customers,
Simon Hale from the Sutton Coldfield Observer recently caught up with our team of riders following their impressive feat cycling through Vietnam, raising £90,00 along the way for Challenge Cancer UK.
You can view a .pdf of the article HERE which appears in the September issue of their JOURNAL magazine.
Following the success of Coolair’s recent Vietnam to Cambodia cycle challenge, our chosen charity Challenge Cancer UK kindly donated £4,000 of the monies raised to a local charity, the Mount Vernon Cancer Centre. These funds will contribute towards much needed research into bone scanning which can help provide a more accurate diagnosis.
Margaret Jeeves (2nd right) the mother of Matt Jeeves who joined Team Coolair on the cycle challenge is currently being treated at the centre.
Friday 13th was certainly not unlucky for Coolair staff & clients who attended our final fundraising event for our charity cycle ride in Vietnam & Cambodia, held at Moxhull Hall.
The marquee was packed and guests enjoyed an evening’s entertainment including speeches, comedy, a prize raffle and charity auction.
Ex-footballer & now Sky Sports pundit Paul Merson gave a frank and amusing account of the highs & lows of his career,
On behalf of our Midlands team, Neil Gibbard (Regional Director) was delighted to collect the SES Engineering Services award for Midlands Region “Safe Company of the Year” at their awards ceremony last week.
This came in recognition of the work done by our team on the BET365 contract in Stoke-on-Trent, a large and prestigious contract over several months, and on which our positive H & S culture has seen us top scoring sub-contractor in the SES Midland region SHE league table.
The final push is now on, as our team of cyclists set off to Vietnam in just 26 days time to raise money for Challenge Cancer UK.
The team in Manchester office have today taken it upon themselves to “volunteer” Matt Barnes, our young, keen, & hungry (!) Accounts Assistant to take part in the Inaugural Burger Challenge – to eat 10 cheese burgers from a certain well known High Street burger chain in 30 minutes.
We were very pleased to welcome a new recruit to our Maidstone office at the beginning of September.
Gareth actually first began his career with Coolair back in 2001 as an installation engineer. He took a 5 year break from us later to run his own company but re-joined us again in 2010 as a senior installation & commissioning engineer.
Gareth’s knowledge & experience after 20 years in the industry plus his experience from working on many,
As part of our collaboration with Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce the following article appears in the September edition of their magazine “53 Degrees”.
From 1st September we’re delighted to welcome Mark Cooper and Jenny Mason to our Maidstone office as part of our service & maintenance team.
Mark has worked for Coolair for most of our 35 years on the engineering & technical side, but is now moving in to the office to become the service Regional Manager for the Southern region. His in-depth knowledge of our clients, products & services mean that we simply couldn’t find a better man to help grow our service &
One of the most important decisions any new company faces is who to bank with. Who will support them through the tough initial years as they try to establish themselves, who will listen to their plans for growth and support these too?
Coolair’s founders obviously chose wisely, as way back in 1980 they decided to make Natwest our commercial bankers and we remain with them to this day. Not every business can claim to be thrilled to get a visit from their bank manager,