16 November 2017: Richard Irvin Energy Solutions secure new deal with CarillionAmey

Richard Irvin Energy Solution’s Technical Facilities Management team have recently secured a two-year contract with our business to provide maintenance and support at army barracks and military bases on two of our Regional Prime contracts.

We have already been working successfully together on our National Housing Prime contract across the Scotland region since 2014. Richard Irvin understand the needs of Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) and ourselves and aim to achieve the required standards to provide a professional service. We will work collaboratively to bring the same ethos and professionalism to the three new areas in which they’ll be working.

Understanding the needs of both ourselves and DIO has provided a firm foundation to start from. Richard Irvin have a great reputation for finding practical and cost effective solutions. Many of the issues in the new areas will be something that they have managed before and they’re keen to keep us involved in order to allow us to manage our clients’ expectations.

Richard Irvin, established in 1871 and one of Scotland’s largest private engineering companies, are looking to grow in both new geographical locations and are also looking to add North East England to their portfolio. By continuing to provide an excellent level of service, they hope to achieve this in 2018. They’re looking to work closely with our teams in Hampshire and Dorset in order to build the same level of openness and trust as we have in Scotland.

Mark Buchan, Richard Irvin Energy Solution’s Business Unit Director Technical FM, said, “Richard Irvin Energy Solutions has enjoyed a positive working relationship with CarillionAmey across Scotland, delivering Mechanical and Electrical maintenance, repair and projects works at the Ministry of Defence bases in Leuchars and Condor. The professionalism of the team and the quality of our work during the past couple of years has resulted in the business expanding its contract agreement to military bases in Hampshire and Dorset.”