New deal for Belfast City Airport services provider
A Belfast-based firm has retained a £2m service contract with Belfast City Airport, securing over 20 jobs.
The three-year deal will see facilities management firm Graham provide a mix of services including grounds maintenance on the entire airport estate, cleaning, pest control, electrical and mechanical services, as well as the management of security and CCTV systems
With annual passenger traffic at Belfast City Airport now exceeding 2.5 million, and with new routes to London City and Doncaster-Sheffield announced recently, the airport's capital projects and engineering manager, Chris Horner, said that well-maintained facilities were vital to the smooth running of operations and the future growth of the facility.
"Graham Facilities Management has an impressive skill set and we look forward to working with the team as they help us to retain our excellent customer satisfaction levels," he said.
Graham employs more than 1,400 staff across Northern Ireland, England, Scotland and the Republic.