Hampshire-based Cold Control, a supplier of air conditioning and refrigeration services, is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
Founded in 1989 by Mark Grant, Cold Control has grown to become one of the South’s largest commercial and domestic air conditioning and refrigeration companies, with a network of major customers across the UK.
Over the past 30 years, Cold Control has been awarded ACR Contractor of the Year on three separate occasions, RAC Contractor of the Year and has secured major air conditioning and refrigeration contracts with the likes of Her Majesty’s Prison Service, Starbucks and Greggs plc.
In 2012, it was appointed for the altitude, temperature and humidity installations for the London Olympic Games and Rugby World Cup.
Cold Control’s client list has also included the King of Qatar, Sting, Sir Alan Sugar, Thomas Bjørn and Daniel Sturridge.
Mark Grant, MD of Cold Control, said; “It’s hard to believe it’s been 30 years since Cold Control was first launched. 30 years in business is a fantastic achievement and a testimony to the service we provide and the staff we have employed throughout the years.”
He recalled: “Our first ever contract 30 years ago was brilliant! We were appointed to maintain and service 1000 fridges for the Palace of Westminster.
“Subsequently, we were asked to look after the refrigeration systems in several other royal residences – Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, St James’ House and Windsor Castle – for 5 years. This was just the start for Cold Control and we continued to go from strength-to-strength.”
Looking ahead, Grant analysed: “I’m feeling really positive about the future and look forward to seeing what new opportunities will arise.”