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Successful tender for the Victory Services Club


In Autumn 2012, Argent was invited to tender for the boiler maintenance contract for this prestigious historic building.

The Victory Services Club is a private members club for retired and serving members of the armed forces, located at Marble Arch in the heart of London’s West End, a two minute walk from Oxford Street.

The club was founded in 1907 to promote ‘esprit de corps’ among retired armed forces of all ranks by providing accommodation and support to needy servicemen and their families.

Since its formation, the Club has attracted many famous patrons including General Eisenhower, Field-Marshal Earl Alexander of Tunis and Field-Marshal The Viscount Montgomery of Alamein. In 1957, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh became the Patron-in-Chief, and remains so to this day. With around 48,000 members, the VSC has the largest membership of any military club in the country.

Since contract start Argent has been invited to prepare dilapidation reports on the existing oil-fired boilers to assess the lifecycle costs and environmental benefits of a potential replacement. Our report will inform the long term business case for a replacement system. The club is also undertaking an extensive refurbishment programme and Argent has been advising the club on their heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems as well as their gas supplies. We are also monitoring and the pressurised system to enable them to maintain the services not only in the boiler room but also in the kitchens.

Published on: March 3, 2013

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