The deal generated by its Edinburgh office, will see them carry out condition surveys and disability audits on over 200 Council-run properties including schools, town halls, public parks, libraries and cemeteries.
The East Lothian Council success builds on a significant contract win last year from one of the UK’s largest High Street food retailers, to conduct asset management surveys on over 2,000 properties UK-wide.
Commenting on the latest contract win, Andrew Murray, the director in charge of Watts Edinburgh, said: “The East Lothian Council success is the perfect start to 2016. We are particularly pleased to have succeeded in the very demanding public procurement contract sector. ‘’
“We have a clear vision and strategy for the future and the appointments of both Gordon and Michael will help us drive forward the brand and concentrate on future business development.”
Watts Group Limited, which has offices in eight cities in the UK, was involved in preparing Hampden Stadium as a venue for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games in 2014 and currently has framework agreements in place with several household names, including: British Telecom plc, Scottish Water, Boots UK and Thomson Travel.