Robinsons Facilities Services has clinched a contract with Harrogate Borough Council to look after more than 60 public buildings across the district.
Robinsons will carry out maintenance to the heating, ventilation and air conditioning in premises owned or managed by the council, as well as a 24/7 emergency repairs service.
Among the buildings in its care are Harrogate Convention Centre, the Royal Hall, Harrogate Turkish Baths, Harrogate Theatre, the Royal Pump Rooms, the Mercer Art Gallery, Knaresborough Castle and Museum, and Ripon Spa Baths.
The contract, awarded for up to five years depending on performance, represents one of the biggest ever secured by Robinsons Facilities Services, which is headquartered at Bishop Thornton in Harrogate.
Robinsons Facilities Services has seen its turnover grow threefold since it launched in 2013 as its own dedicated, independent business and now employs a team of 17 offering planned maintenance as well as a 24/7 call-out repairs service.
It now carries out planned and preventative maintenance and round-the-clock emergency repairs to more than 600 commercial and public sites throughout North, South, West and East Yorkshire.
Among its growing portfolio of clients is a trio of flagship buildings at Hornbeam Park, Harrogate; and the Red Kite Learning Trust, which operates a family of 13 academies across Harrogate and Leeds, including Harrogate Grammar School.
The contract began on 1 July.