Guardian Fire & Security has been serving the Fire and Life safety needs of customers nationwide since 2004. Based in New Ross, Co. Wexford, Guardian offers a full suite of services to include design, supply, commissioning and maintenance of fire detection and alarm systems, fire extinguishers, ancillary fire safety equipment, liquid leak detection and disabled refuge systems.
Consistently acknowledged for their holistic approach to systems design and management, Guardian directly employs a team of eight professionals across their dedicated support office and field service division as well as up to 10 subcontractors.
Their commitment to working to the highest professional and ethical standards is underpinned by their registration and accreditation to the NSAI Irish Standard 3218:2009.
Accepting the Eco Certification Award at the Wexford Business Expo yesterday, Brendan Stamp, Managing Director said “We are delighted to be the first company under the GreenSave project to have achieved eco certification. This represents yet another milestone for us and the vision we have for Guardian.”
“ I would like to take this opportunity to express my thanks to the EPA, Wexford County Enterprise Board, Wexford Borough Council, Wexford Chamber and Econcertive for their support” he added.
“Co-operation between a number of Wexford agencies has resulted in a very successful Gr€€nSave Project. Guardian Fire & Security have demonstrated that this project works and are delighted with the identified savings that will result in considerable savings for their business” said Madeleine Quirke, CEO Wexford Chamber. “We are delighted with the support we have received over the course of this project and look forward to continuing to work with Econcertive and Phil Walker on future programmes” added Madeleine.
“Congratulations to all at Guardian Fire & Security on being the first Wexford business to be awarded Environmental Certification in recognition of their focus on the low resource commitment programme provided by Gr€€nSave” concluded Madeleine.
For further information contact Thérèse Byrne at Wexford Chamber 053-9122226 or email firstname.lastname@example.org