McGill appointed to refurbish Dunfermline Police Station
McGill has been awarded a contract worth £800,000 to replace existing windows and upgrade the existing electric heating system at Dunfermline Police Station.
Following a competitive public tender process, McGill was selected by the Scottish Police Authority to deliver the works, which consist of replacing existing windows, installing a new heating system, and all associated electrical works. The contract works will be completed over the following four months.
Scottish Police Authority is the government body that provides governance and oversight of policing in Scotland.
Chief operating officer at McGill, Douglas Smith, said: “McGill is known across Scotland, as the go-to contractor for refurbishment and fit-out projects, and we are seeing fast growth in this part of our business. We are delighted to have been awarded this job and add another top organisation to our growing client roster. As a business we are committed to decarbonising the existing built environment, and we are delighted that this work will make Dunfermline police station more energy efficient.”
McGill chief executive officer Errol Lawrie added: “Our teams have worked hard over the past couple of years to continue growing the business in a sustainable way. This is another great example of their efforts, and I’m proud of them. I am looking forward to getting started on the job and showing Scottish Police Authority why we have an enviable reputation for top quality contract delivery.”