McGill ends turnaround year with another contract win
Dundee building services company McGill has unveiled another contract win, marking the end of what has been a turnaround year for the company.
More than 440 jobs were lost when McGill entered administration in February.
Since being rescued in March by entrepreneur Graeme Carling, the firm has announced a series of contracts wins.
The latest is a “significant contract” to service and repair warden call equipment in sheltered housing complexes for Fife Council.
The company is also currently delivering several new contracts including a £2.6 million contract for Govanhill Housing Association and a £1.6m contract Langstane and Castlehill housing associations that it was awarded earlier in the year.
McGill operations director Chris Ferriday said: “We are delighted to be awarded this contract, and continue to work with our long-standing clients, Fife Council. This contract win demonstrates the strength of our fire & security team and our commitment to re-building McGill.”
Mr Ferriday added: “The past nine months, since McGill was bought out of administration have been some of the most demanding, but also rewarding. We have re-employed the very best people and this contract win is testament to their efforts and expertise.”