Richard Irvin FM wins UHI FM Contract

We are delighted to announce that the University of Highlands and Islands (UHI) has awarded Richard Irvin FM a four-year contract to undertake both Hard and Soft FM services across their portfolio.

The contract will support current and future operational management by providing Mechanical & Electrical, Building Fabric Maintenance, Soft Services including Security, Technical Compliance, Reactive Repairs and Major Projects to their buildings.

UHI redefines tertiary education, blending further and higher education seamlessly. As Scotland’s sole institution of its kind and a rarity in Europe, UHI is a diverse, flexible partnership deeply connected to its communities.

Offering flexible learning from access level to PhD, UHI’s unique approach meets diverse needs. With 36,000 students, UHI’s success is measured by their achievements, reflecting its commitment to inclusive, community-driven education.

Researchers at UHI House undertake world-leading research, spanning across areas such as diabetes and cardiovascular science, proteomics, lipidomics, genetics, and immunology, while also striving to advance knowledge of health and health services in rural areas.

UHI House serves as the home for the institution’s BSc Nursing, BSc Oral Health Science and BSc (Hons) Optometry degree programmes, in addition to its contribution to the Scottish graduate entry medical programme (ScotGEM).

Furthermore, the building accommodates several tenants, including NHS Scotland.

“We are thrilled to embark on a long-term partnership with this esteemed client and we are excited to deliver the best possible service throughout the duration of this contract and beyond.” Andrew Miller, Richard Irvin FM, Division Director, Managed Services.

“This latest contract win further strengthens our presence in the IV postcode area and beyond. We have a strong background and expertise in compliance and FM services that we will use to deliver tangible benefits to UHI and its tenants. We’re excited about the opportunities that lie ahead!” Stuart Lawrie, MD, Richard Irvin FM.