Facilities management company wins £670m of new projects


Facilities management firm Richard Irvin FM (RIFM) has won new contracts in Scotland and the North of England covering its accommodation, mobile, managed services and projects divisions, worth a combined value of over £670 million of pounds sterling.

In Scotland, the IMFN has won a long-term £7 million contract to provide energy management and project services to care organization Erskine, which supports veterans in Scotland.

As part of the relationship, he has appointed veteran Esther Richard to help deliver the contract, which will cover the provision of mechanical and electrical services, building structure and grounds maintenance.

Also in Scotland, the IMFN won three executive placements and a new contract.

It was awarded a contract from the Highland Reserve Forces and Cadets Association to provide domestic and commercial gas service, and a four-year extension to its current domestic gas service contract with Highland Council.

RIFM has been awarded a £7million contract to provide energy and project management services to care organization Erskine

RIFM has also been appointed by Aberdeenshire Council on its hardware facilities management frameworks worth £4.8m over four years, which includes commitment for cycle component replacement work of life required to maintain the operational life of a council building and Aberdeen City Council on several business lines spanning both their real estate and commercial assets.

For Falkirk Council, RFIM has been appointed as part of its £4.4million two-year framework, to provide servicing of domestic boilers and gas appliances, as well as annual checks on upkeep and maintenance.

Chief Executive Mark Buchan said: “The business has emerged from the pandemic strong and this is evident from recent contracts and executive appointments which present a fantastic opportunity to fuel growth and solidify our market leadership position. in Scotland and northern England. .”

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