Along with organisations around the world, Mercury celebrated World Quality Day on Thursday 12th November. This year’s theme was ‘Creating Customer Value’ in which TwistedPair were honoured the ‘Subcontractor Quality Award’ for a Data Centre Project!
Simon Witham, Mercury’s ICT Project Manager said:
TwistedPair have been used as a reliable and trustworthy installation contractor on a number of Colocation rooms for a major cloud provider at Stockley Park, Uxbridge. The engineers and supervisors have a clear vision of what is expected from Mercury Engineering. The quality of the installation and communication to myself have been key to completing the projects on time and within budget. The relationship between TwistedPair and Mercury will hopefully continue for many years to come as there is a huge amount of value to be gained from using their services.
I would have no hesitation in recommending TwistedPair for any ICT installations within the Data Centre arena. Please contact me if I can provide any further expansion or clarification on our experience with TwistedPair.
We pride ourselves on building partnerships across the globe to provide businesses with technical cohesion and an agile and consistent customer experience. With a community of technical experts, we ensure that quality is at the core of our organisation, from design through to implementation and support. Our quality standards have earnt us a reputation as a technology partner of choice that we are extremely proud of.
Darren Humby, TwistedPair’s Project Director explains:
At TwistedPair we strive to provide all clients with a high quality installation by following the design set out and to enhance our projects, we work alongside partners like Mercury to deliver enterprise data centre solutions with great attention to detail on the set up, containment and data and fibre cabling installation. We have found that continued communication between Mercury and ourselves from point of concept, through installation and commissioning to handover has been key to continued repeat phased works.