£45m of new business for Clark Contracts

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£45m of new business for Clark Contracts

Clark Contracts has secured over £45m of new work in the six months up to 31st January 2018, from both new and existing customers.

New orders include the construction of student accommodation on Potterrow in Edinburgh, the construction of a 230 bed Moxy Hotel at Edinburgh Airport, a 208 bed Moxy Hotel in Southampton and the refurbishment of ACCORD Hospice in Paisley.

A number of orders have been secured from repeat customers including the regeneration of Saughton Park in Edinburgh for The City of Edinburgh Council, the upgrading of Lidl UK’s existing store in Ayr and the construction of a new common room at Riego Street student accommodation for The University of Edinburgh.

The company’s Fit Out Division has secured the redevelopment of Atlantic Quay 1 and Atlantic Quay 3 office blocks in Glasgow and the refurbishment and restoration of the iconic Category A listed Willow Tea Rooms Building on Sauchiehall Street for The Willow Tea Rooms Trust.

Gordon Cunningham, Managing Director, Clark Contracts said “As we celebrate our 40th year in business we are looking forward to working with these new and existing customers”.

Founded in 1978, Clark Contracts Ltd is a privately owned main contractor with six operating divisions; Construction, Fit Out, Small Works, Retail, Maintenance and Manufactured Joinery. The company employs over 250 people with offices in the East and West of Scotland. The proportion of business derived from repeat customers each year has averaged 76% over the past ten years and 72% of customers rate the contractor as ‘Impressive’ or ‘First Class’.

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