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Supporting customers on the road to net zero

chapmanbdsp and Keysource have formed a new partnership to create an exciting new offer focused on supporting clients on the road to net zero carbon emissions in the mission critical market.

The two companies have signed an agreement which gives existing and new clients the ability to combine Keysource’s world leading data centre expertise with chapmanbdsp’s internationally renowned engineering and sustainability experience.


Building on existing relationships within the two companies, the agreement allows chapmanbdsp to develop its offering in the sector and Keysource access to chapmanbdsp’s engineering, energy and sustainability expertise.


The move, part of a planned strategic expansion of both businesses, comes as Keysource has secured several new commissions and follows the appointment of Paul Keleher at chapmanbdsp.


Ray Upjohn, Chief Executive Officer at chapmanbdsp, and Steve Whatling, Managing Director at Keysource, have a working relationship that goes back to the 1980s when both were apprentices at Matthew Hall.


Ray Upjohn said: “We see a great opportunity to combine our skills in this market, especially in the energy and sustainability arena.”


Steve Whatling said: “The new partnership allows clients to access the combined resources of both organisations as they meet the challenge of achieving net zero.”

The strategic cooperation will help develop sustainable solutions such as data centre heat re-use or alternative power sources.
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