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Councils and Colleges

04 January 2012

Ian Williams has secured two new public sector contracts and four framework agreements, worth in excess of £20m.

The public sector specialist has secured contracts with Plymouth Community Homes and Eton College, as well as being placed on frameworks with Rugby Borough Council, Shropshire Council, Warwickshire County Council and Warwick University.

The contracts and frameworks include electrical refurbishment, repairs and building and cyclical decorations, and range from three to four year projects.

Ian Williams will be working with Plymouth Community Homes on electrical and bathroom and kitchen refurbishments as part of its major improvement project over the next four years.

The company’s specialism in working within the education sector has demonstrated by an extension of its cyclical decorations contract with Eton College, and being included on a cyclical decorations framework with Warwick University.

Warwickshire County Council has taken on the company for minor repairs and building work, and Shropshire County Council has placed Ian Williams on its framework for building, refurbishment and painting, and Rugby Borough Council has put the company on its kitchens and bathrooms framework.

Development director for Ian Williams, Mike Turner, said: “The range of contract wins demonstrates the variety of skills and experience within Ian Williams. We have established a long and successful track record of working in the public sector.

“During tough economic times we are committed to ensuring customers receive value for money. Wherever possible we deliver added value to projects through community investment and wider regeneration projects.”

John Orr, Head of Asset and Programme Management at Plymouth Community Homes, said: “We’re pleased to be working with Ian Williams as we continue to improve homes for our tenants. We look forward to a long and successful working relationship together.”


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