Apollo's Midlands Operation Spreads Its Wings; APOLLO ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE

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Apollo's Midlands Operation Spreads Its Wings; APOLLO ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE


The Apollo Group is one of the fastest growing property services providers in the UK with over 30 years' experience in the public sector.

With a regional office in Tamworth near Birmingham, Apollo is currently working with local authorities, housing associations and registered social landlords across the Midlands to improve housing, public buildings and educational facilities.

Working from four specialist divisions - Apollo Housing, Apollo Public Buildings, Apollo Education and Apollo Services - the company ensures the highest level of expertise and service whatever the client's brief, budget and schedule.

Apollo's integrated offering includes new build, maintenance and refurbishment services delivered in a considerate, safe and sustainable way. In fact, the company is one of only a handful of contractors to have secured all three quality, safety and environmental management standards - ISO 9001, ISO14001 and OHSAS 18001. Apollo is also a Planet Positive company - demonstrating its commitment to measuring and reducing its carbon emissions - and is a major sponsor of SHIFT (the Sustainable Homes Index for Tomorrow).

Apollo has long been recognised within the industry for its strong focus social responsibility. The company is a significant employer of Resident Liaison Officers and is known for working with clients to deliver relevant, effective and high impact community investment programmes, as part of its drive to leave a legacy that outlasts its programme of works.

Apollo is proud to be working for clients from the east to west of the Midlands region, in rural areas and cities, and on projects ranging from planned and void refurbishments through to sustainable retrofitting. …

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