Doncaster-based MechFS is the latest business in the borough to become a Patron member of Doncaster Chamber.
Chamber Patrons include many of the borough’s anchor employers that play a major role in the economy as significant employers and wealth creators. Additionally, Chamber Patrons include a number of the borough’s aspirational SMEs that have excellent growth potential.
Chamber Patrons are united in being civic minded organisations that want to partner with the Chamber and other Team Doncaster partners in making Doncaster a more successful place, not just for its businesses but for the borough’s residents and communities too.
By investing into the Chamber, MechFS – along with the organisations other Patrons – are making an investment into the borough by supporting the Chamber’s Opportunities Doncaster work with young people and enabling lobbying activity such as the call for a new hospital for Doncaster.
The new partnership with MechFS will enable them to engage with other like-minded business people and institutions to explore collaboration opportunities and partnerships that benefit the borough.
Founded more than a decade ago, MechFS is a leading mechanical and electrical contractor, operating throughout the UK and Europe. With offices in Doncaster, Sheffield, Leeds and Birmingham in the UK and Berlin and Mannheim in Germany, their expert team offers bespoke engineering solutions; from design through to installation and maintenance.
Paul Sutherland, MechFS CEO said: “We are delighted to become Patron members of Doncaster Chamber. Involvement in the local area on a business, educational and a community level, is extremely important to myself and to MechFS.
“Becoming a Patron of the Chamber is a natural progression for us, following our sponsorship of Doncaster Opportunities LIVE in February this year, and we aim to continue our involvement with the Chamber’s drive to engage students and our future workforce. We greatly look forward to being actively involved in the Chamber as Patrons.”
Dan Fell, CEO at Doncaster Chamber, said: “MechFS is a family run organisation with a deep-rooted commitment to delivering the very best for both their clients and communities; for me, MechFS absolutely embody the notion of a civic minded business.
“The coming years will be tough for many businesses and our borough. The Chamber will continue to do what we do best which is bringing organisations from the public and private sectors together to be more than the sum of our parts and to serve our community. I know that MechFS will play a huge part in this and I am delighted to welcome them to our family of Patrons.”