HLA Services secures £1 million NHS contracts

Directors at HLA Services, Paul Smith and Neil Henry.

South Tyneside-based, HLA Services, is building on a successful start to 2021 with NHS contracts worth over £1 million.

The company will supply maintenance, ventilation services and water hygiene management, as part of multiple contracts with the NHS across the UK.

The company has seen growth across various divisions, including a 30% increase in its mechanical contracts department and 10% growth in its service maintenance division, with turnover reaching £12.5 million.

HLA Services also recently secured a three-year maintenance contract with Northumbria Police and fire service.

Located in Boldon, the company employs over 100 people and has satellite offices in Teesside, Cumbria and North Yorkshire and works across numerous sectors including construction, manufacturing, retail, education and hospitality and is one of the North East’s leading mechanical, air conditioning, climate change and temperature control specialists.

Director, Paul Smith, said: “We are pleased to be heading into the second quarter of the year on a positive note. Following a successful tender process, we have secured work on a number of NHS projects across the UK.

“This includes mechanical services and ventilation to the Christie NHS Foundation Trust in Macclesfield, Manchester Royal Infirmary and Darlington Memorial Hospital.

“Work to Darlington Memorial Hospital is split over two phases, which will see the team refurbish the outpatients building, supplying heating, ventilation and plumbing work. The second phase, will include refurbishing the maternity theatre. Leading the work is contract manager, Mark Charlton, on the mechanical services with project manager, Michael Oliver looking after ventilation.

Director, Neil Henry, said: “The skill set and depth we have within the team is highlighted through the contracts we are securing. We are ambitious and have laid down solid foundations, as we build on an excellent blend of experience and talent as we keep moving forward.”