Clark Contracts secures eight contracts with University of Glasgow
Clark Contracts has secured eight new contracts through the University of Glasgow’s Construction Framework.
The projects range in value from £50,000 to £1.8 million and include both internal and external refurbishments.
The largest project involves external fabric repairs at the university’s Category B listed University Gardens, which is the first of two phases of work to be completed.
The contractor is also delivering the £1.6m refurbishment of the James Watt North Building to create agile working spaces for the School of Engineering and the refurbishment of laboratory space within the MacRobert and Botham Buildings which form part of the University’s Centre for Virus research.
Other projects include roof repairs at Queen Margaret Union and laboratory upgrades within the Davidson Building and Sir James Black Building.
Clark Contracts has been appointed on the university’s Minor Works Framework since 2006 and has delivered projects within all buildings located in the University of Glasgow’s Gilmorehill Campus.
Gerry Cummins, director of Clark Contracts, said: “Having worked with the university since 1999, we are delighted to be continuing this in 2021, with the delivery of these projects and look forward to continuing to develop our relationship with the university over the coming months.”