Robertson Group to focus on energy with creation of new division

Graeme Cameron
Graeme Cameron

Infrastructure company Robertson has established a new energy services division as it seeks to expand its offering to clients.

The division will sit within Robertson Facilities Management, with Graeme Cameron being appointed as the company’s first energy director.

Graeme joins Robertson from Serco, where he led their Energy and Sustainability business unit, delivering award-winning services to organisations including Coca-Cola, Deloitte and State Street Bank. He will spearhead the development and delivery of Robertson’s energy management solution.

This will include ‘real-time’ reporting services and the provision of investment to install energy efficiency technologies. Underpinning this will be a savings guarantee tailored to deliver cost and carbon reduction objectives.

Ian Gibson
Ian Gibson

Ian Gibson, managing director, Robertson Facilities Management, said: “Graeme’s appointment is very good news for the company. Robertson is already recognised as a leading FM provider with award-winning credentials for its positive impact on society and Graeme will help us take this work to the next level.

“His expertise will enable us to deliver class leading solutions to our clients as they strive to reduce costs and improve their carbon footprint.”

The creation of the new division is in direct response to the increased financial, environmental and regulatory pressures being felt by organisations in both the commercial and public sectors.

Graeme Cameron, energy director, Robertson Facilities Management, said: “This company has been delivering valued energy services for a number of years and by enhancing our offering we will be even better placed to support our customers achieve their energy goals.

“Our considerable experience in FM, capital projects and construction provide us with the opportunity to truly understand our customer’s energy challenges and unlock significant savings from their estate.”

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