ESH Border Construction has announced a number of new business wins in Scotland.
The company is part of Esh Group and has enjoyed a “steady pipeline” of work since opening an office in Livingston last year.
The firm said new contract wins include;
- A £2 million deal to extend three primary schools for West Lothian Council
- The construction of Midlothian Council’s £1.9 million Eastfield Farm Care Facility
- A £1.6 million contract with NHS Borders to build their new Roxburgh Health Centre
- Scottish Borders Council Wilton Lodge New Café project worth £900,000
- A £645,000 deal with City of Edinburgh Council to renovate East Craig Primary School’s gym and assembly hall.
The firm has also been appointed to Glasgow City Council’s framework for public sector construction works.
Simon Phillips, regional MD for Scotland, said, “We underlined our commitment to Scotland with the opening of the Livingston office last year, and to date it has proved to be a fantastic springboard for growth, serving to reinforce our business ambitions north of the border. Under the stewardship of John Moore, our Construction Director for Scotland, the team has enjoyed a strong first year with a fantastic pipeline of work including three local primary schools, new build developments, sympathetic regeneration work, and high quality social housing.
“While we initially reinforced our position in the south of Scotland, we are now looking to target new opportunities across the central belt, where there is significant investment from both the public and private sectors. That strategy is already yielding results. We have also made some fantastic connections with our subcontractors and suppliers in Scotland and look forward to continuing those great working relationships.”