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Arthur McKay renews contract with Erskine

06 January 2016

Arthur McKay, the building support services company, has announced that it has renewed its facilities management contract with Erskine, a care organisation for ex-service men and women in Scotland

The new contract covers 4 sites and will run for 4 years with an optional 1 year extension.
Arthur McKay is providing mechanical and electrical services, building fabric and grounds maintenance. In addition, the new contract includes energy management through the Arthur McKay Sustainable Solutions offer.

Sharon McCarroll, Facilities and Support Manager at Erskine commented: “Erskine Hospital are delighted that Arthur McKay have retained the FM maintenance contract. We hope the next 4 years will be mutually beneficial and that we can continue to work in partnership to improve the environment for residents, staff and visitors.”

Mike Floyd, Executive Director FM, Arthur McKay commented: “We are delighted to have renewed our contract with Erskine following a competitive tender. Our innovative solution, incorporating energy management, will provide Erskine with significant savings over the contract term.”

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