Harvey Heating Limited was formed by Brian Harvey on 4th September 1978 with a focus on co-operation, innovation, quality, safety, attention to detail and value for money for his customers.
On the 4th April 1985 Harvey Heating changed its name to Harvey Group PLC, reflecting the ability to provide a ‘one stop’ M&E Installation and maintenance facility.
Independently British Standard certified quality, health and safety and environmental management systems have been in place since 1993 with Investors in People following in 2000, Energy ISO and BSI BIM in 2016/2017. This reflects our commitment to our greatest asset – our workforce – and a culture of continual development, training and excellence in all our staff.
Currently, turnover levels between the M&E disciplines are virtually equal. Around 80% of our forecasted £30m annual turnover is secured through customer referral and negotiated repeat contracts on a combined M&E install and maintain basis.
Harvey Group has been delivering M&E services for 40 years. We enjoy a sound reputation for delivering our projects on time, on budget, safely, to a first- class finish and commissioned thoroughly.
Our considerable experience spans the commercial and industrial, health, education, leisure and residential sectors. We also have broad experience in the complex servicing of pharmaceutical / production cleanrooms, laboratories, government and public sector buildings and other complex, fast track building services projects – throughout Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK.
We have a proven track record, and are comfortable with contractor involvement in the design process – over 80% of our past five years turnover has been delivered on a design and build basis.
From a sustainability perspective, we have embraced and actively promote the minimisation of energy consumption and associated carbon emissions in the systems we design develop, install, commission and maintain – ensuring that our clients can take balanced decisions on a life cycle, rather than the traditional pure capital cost basis.