Paisley-based Clark Contracts has won a string of contracts worth around a total of £10 million.
Work will include a £2.75 million contract from West Dunbartonshire Council for the redevelopment of Clydebank Town Hall, due for completion by the end of 2011. The work will be funded through Clydebank re-built by the Scottish Government and Scottish Enterprise.
A contract from West Lothian Council for the £2m refurbishment of Meldrum Primary School in Livingston, is also scheduled for completion by the end of 2011.
Office fit-outs continue to be a good source of new work for Clark Contracts including fit-outs for Maclay Murray & Spens worth around £1.3 million in Glasgow and CapGemini in Nairn.
Neilston Development Trust has awarded Clark Contracts a £420,000 contract for the conversion of an old bank building in Neilston to a community facility with offices, meeting rooms and a cafe. And, Clyde Gateway has appointed the company to undertake a £775,000 conversion of an old housing office in Rutherglen to a serviced centre for small businesses.
Clark Contracts’ maintenance division also weighed in with £1 million of new contracts, including reactive and planned maintenance works for 37 J.D Sports branches throughout Scotland.
Clark contracts chairman Steve Clark said: “Considering the economic climate, this is a fantastic start to the New Year for us. We are looking now to build on this momentum for the year ahead and winning such a range of different types of contracts underlines the breadth of skills and resources available here at Clark Contracts.”