Facilities Management Award

by | Oct 6, 2022

Aspira are proud to announce that we have won ‘Most Innovative Building Maintenance Company – Northern England’ at the Build Facilities Management Awards.

Our service allows FM companies to provide intelligent treatments to structures that were previously inaccessible.  We’re helping our clients save energy, reduce cost and reduce maintenance whilst improving the environments in which we live and operate.  Please get in touch if you would like to hear more.

It was a great honour just to be nominated for an award but to actually win means so much for the company. Over the past few years an awful lot of work has gone into building the company to where it is today and to be recognised for this work is a huge achievement. As a company we are still only at the start of where we want to be so hopefully this award is the next step in taking the company to new heights.

Frank Hayden, our Chair of the Board says “the Aspira team are delighted to be recognised by the building management industry, for our innovative maintenance services. We are proud of our current impact, and we are excited to be working on a range of building heat loss reduction and climate improvement services. These new services will help our customers to accelerate towards their carbon net zero targets.”

Dave Jolley, Director added, “Aspira has been and continues to be committed to innovative research and development to deploy our drone technology and coatings in the Facilities Management arena and a growing number of areas.  I am delighted that the achievements to date by our team has received this prestigious recognition from the Build Magazine, Facilities Management Awards. I‘m expecting great things from our latest project to apply this technology for improving the efficiency of wind turbines.”

Aspira Aerial Applications Ltd is a leading technology company developing new, safer ways of surveying, maintaining and treating tall buildings and structures with a range of specialist coatings by using a bespoke Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). Their primary aim is to support the green agenda by applying coatings that actively clean buildings and reduce air pollution and particulate matter, as well as to mitigate the risks of working at height.

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