AN Aberdeen office & furniture supplies business is set to complete a six-figure contract on one of the city’s sustainable energy projects.
Greenwell Equipment is supplying two large modular buildings for Aberdeen’s new Energy from Waste plant which is being built in East Tullos Industrial Estate.
The temporary buildings will house the 200 strong team working on the new facility, which is being built and managed by ACCIONA.
The contract kicks off 2020 as Greenwell recorded an end of year turnover of £3.4million, which was a 15% increase on 2018, and with additional contracts already secured for 2020 the business is set to hit a projected £4million turnover this financial year.
The family firm, which has 16 employees, has supplied more than 500 modular buildings to several large Scottish infrastructure projects, including the Queensferry Crossing joint venture and the AWPR consortium.
Scott Brown, Greenwell director, said: “We are pleased to be working with Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire and Moray Councils to help deliver this key infrastructure project.
“This is a substantial contract for Greenwell which we have been working on securing for more than a year, so we are delighted to see it coming to fruition in the first quarter of 2020.”