Sprint wins £750,000 refrigeration deal at University of Warwick

24 August 2012 by
Sprint wins £750,000 refrigeration deal at University of Warwick

Catering equipment specialist Sprint has won a £750,000 contract to install fridge-freezers at the University of Warwick.

Over the next three years, the Worcestershire company will fit and maintain Gram UK refrigeration equipment on site and in the halls of residence, including 250 upright fridges and 250 upright freezers as well as compact under-counter fridges and freezers.

Sprint sales director Jason Cunliffe said: "We're delighted to have been awarded this contract and to be working in partnership with Gram UK.

"We had to undergo rigorous checks to meet all of the university's energy-efficiency requirements and comply with BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method)."

Gram UK managing director Glenn Roberts added: "The fridges and freezers were all designed with efficiency and sustainability in mind."

"By using hydrocarbon technology we were able to offer the most efficient form of energy-saving equipment. All the stock we are supplying has a five-year warranty."

By Lisa Jenkins

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