Clackmannanshire Council has awarded McGill’s fire and security arm a four-year contract to refurbish council homes.
The contract, valued at £1.4 million, involves the refurbishment of common areas in housing owned by the Scottish local authority, mainly replacement of secure door entry systems
McGill will also deliver a full refurbishment of common areas, including painting and upgrades to internal and external electrics and lighting.
The company’s Fire and Security Team includes employees who are experienced in delivering contracts for a range of housing association and council clients over the past few decades. Although the division has many long-running contracts with similar neighbouring authorities, including Fife Council, this is the first collaboration between McGill and Clackmannanshire.
Commercial director Douglas Smith said: “This contract win is a real team effort, with the estimating team linking up with the operational side of the business to make sure we’re delivering on time and on budget. This end-to-end customer experience really sets us apart from our competitors.
“McGill offers all-trades in-house; that’s why we’ve been able to win new clients and contracts, and expand into new regions such as Clackmannanshire too. We offer services that other contractors of our size just can’t.”
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