Lakehouse has won a £44 million contract to carry out housing energy efficiency upgrades for Aberdeenshire Council.
The four-year deal will be delivered through the company’s Everwarm subsidiary up until late 2021.
Features include covering every facet of housing improvement upgrades in Aberdeenshire such as external upgrades, internal refurbishments, domestic heating programmes and renewable energy installations.
Elsewhere, the Group’s Energy Services division has won its first contract under the Excel energy efficiency framework, with a £4m award from Renfrewshire Council for external fabric improvements.
The Compliance division has also secured a number of contract wins, the most notable being a £600,000 water compliance contract with Homes For Haringey, a £500,000 commercial installations contract with Yorkshire Housing Association and winning two places on Sanctuary Housing’s commercial heating installations framework.
Bob Holt, executive chairman of Lakehouse, said: “We are delighted to announce today (02 October) the successful award of the significant landmark contract with Aberdeenshire Council, which endorses our strong reputation for delivering excellent service in local council residential property maintenance in Scotland.
“In addition, we are pleased to be able to update on the continued progress being made in our strategic growth divisions of Energy Services and Compliance. The new contract wins meet our stated objective of focusing on continuing to grow organically the Lakehouse Group.”