BUCKS COUNTY, PA – The nationally-recognized Centennial School District recently selected Grant Integrative Facilities Management (Grant) to provide more than a dozen facility-related maintenance, repair, parts, and services during the next three years.
Located in Bucks County, PA, Centennial School District serves more than 5,200 students from Warminster Township, Upper Southampton Township, and Ivyland Borough. With a total staff of over 500, the district includes three elementary schools, two middle schools, and William Tennent High School, which was recognized in 2020 as a U.S. News & World Report National Best High School.
Grant has been approved to provide services for:
- Alarm maintenance/repairs;
- Boiler maintenance/repairs;
- Drain cleaning;
- Electrical repairs, parts, and supplies;
- Fire alarm and suppression system maintenance/repairs;
- Generator maintenance/repairs;
- HVAC maintenance, repairs, parts, and supplies;
- Painting and painting supplies;
- Plumbing parts and supplies; and
- Refrigeration repairs.
“This is a significant contract for our firm as we have been certified to ensure that one of the tri-state region’s top school districts operates at an optimum level,” said Jim N. Grant, owner and founder of Grant. “There is simply no understating the importance of providing safe and functional learning spaces for children from kindergarten through 12th grade, especially in today’s climate.
“Utilizing the hundreds of years of experience our senior subject matter experts have gained serving our clients in the educational industry, in addition to being parents ourselves, we have thorough understanding of the importance and responsibility of ensuring that the Centennial School District receives nothing but our absolute best service in an effective, efficient, and cost-conscious manner.”