Imtech Inviron has signed a new strategic partnership with the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire to drive service delivery and cost performance enhancements.
The technical facilities management business has been supporting the Conservatoire team since 2017 and has now been appointed to work with Birmingham City University on a prestigious building within its campus the new Conservatoire music building.
David Phillips, Mechanical Engineer at Birmingham City University said: “After a rigorous selection process we are pleased to announce our partnership with Imtech Inviron. We felt Inviron could provide us with the technical knowledge and in-house expertise required for this building.”
Noel Clancy, Imtech Inviron’s Managing Director commented: “We are extremely proud and honoured to sign this new partnership with the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. Both organisations share a passion to provide a service befitting this world class institution and its highly talented occupants.”
The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire is one of only nine conservatoires in the UK providing exceptional training for the musicians, actors, stage managers and performers of the future.