As a sign of confidence, Clark hails the 40 million-pound boost


Via Scott Wright

Clark Contracts has said that its customers have expressed their confidence in the company when it revealed that for the first quarter of 2021, it has signed new contracts worth more than £ 40 million.

The Paisley-based contractor said the new contracts include the refurbishment of the B-rated Warrender Swim Centre for Edinburgh Leisure for £ 9 million and the design and construction at Stanley Place, also in Edinburgh, of new student accommodation. For Knight Property Group, the company will work on the expansion and fit-out of 4-5 Lochside Avenue and the refurbishment and extension of The Old Course Hotel in St Andrews.

Clark highlighted fresh contracts from repeat customers in addition to the latest ventures. This include two refurbishment projects worth more than £ 2 million at the University of Strathclyde’s Curran House. The company also won two University of Glasgow contracts, including the renovation of laboratories in the Sir James Black Building, while designing and building a new Sofology store on London Road in Glasgow for retail. In the residential sector, the company will work on the development of 65 luxury apartments in the center of Glasgow, as well as on the design and construction of an affordable housing project in the western part of Scotland.

Gordon Cunningham, Managing Director, said, “We are all pleased to have 2020 behind us, and these positive completions in our first quarter show that clients have confidence in our company to deliver these exciting new projects across all sectors.”


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