Chigwell has a string of housing maintenance deals across the capital and is determined to deliver instant repairs even if London 2012 roads are snarled-up with traffic.
The fleet of mopeds is equipped with top boxes and side vaults which contain small tools and materials to allow Chigwell to provide its ‘Make Safe’ service as staff dodge through the traffic.
Chigwell is working with clients to set-up three additional bases across London where staff will be working from and materials stored during the Games.
Managing Director Dean Floyd said: “Our staff will operate day to day repairs and the emergency night cover via mopeds if the traffic is bad.
“When we visit a job and large materials are required we will deliver these and leave them outside overnight ready for our team to return the next day.
“Operatives will then be able to carry out works the following day or at a time that is suitable with residents.”