Amser building services Back for 16/17
Cardiff Fire are proud to announce that Amser building services will again be one of the teams principle sponsors for the 2016/17 season.
Based in South Wales but with a large project catchment area, Amser are a multi disciplinary engineering solutions delivery company with an enviable fast growing managed turnover. Amser provide a complete design and install service incorporating:
One of South Wales’s leading contractors, with over twenty-five years experience across the UK in major and domestic works.
The company’s success is mainly through reputation, referrals and repeat customers. Recently the company has been involved in many design and build projects, including collaborative partnering with developers and main contractors.
The employees of Amser Building Services have a commitment to excellence mandate to provide a synergetic and flexible solutions for their clients building services needs in a non-confrontational manner. Amser Building Services aim to establish the client’s project requirements quickly, accurately and to respond effectively to programmed needs.
Our client base is varied as we have worked on many projects within many commercial and domestic sectors throughout the South Wales area generally.
The development aim of Amser Building Services is to build and maintain a professional, client focused business, reliant on recommendations for future contracts. We believe that the commitment to this principle has been a major contribution towards the Company’s success to date and future. Amser Building Services offer a complete building services ‘one stop shop’ including Mechanical, Electrical and the increasing requirements for renewables, MCS accreditation attained.
Director James Hill said “We are delighted to be involved with Cardiff Fire for another season. I have noticed the team being built and we hope they are successful in gaining promotion Division one, where the players deserve to be. Amser pride ourselves in supporting local sports in the South Wales area and are very pleased to be able to join forces with the Fire again”