Murray Building Services kick start 2023 with a number of new project wins

New project wins for Murray Building Services

Murray Building Services kick start 2023 with new project wins worth over £1M


Littleborough Fire Station

Several fire stations in the Greater Manchester region will undergo huge refurbishments to ensure they are fit for the future, as part of a four-year fire plan to reduce GMFRS’s carbon footprint. Rochdale’s fire station will benefit from investment in carbon reduction technology. Heywood will benefit from a new community fire station whilst the Littleborough Community Fire Station will be refurbished and extended. Murrays will be working on the Littleborough refurbishment along with local family contractor HH Smith.


Royal Blackburn Hospital

We’re no strangers to this hospital having completed several projects for them over the last few years. This project will see us working with Chorley-based D&G Builders and involves changing the existing children’s observation and admissions unit to an outpatient department unit as well as the creation of a new pharmacy.


Atherton Health Centre

Located on Nelson Street, Greater Manchester, this health centre also offers several additional services on its first floor including Speech and Language Therapy, Podiatry, Physiotherapy, District Nurse’s Treatment Room, and a Minor Surgery.  Together with Eric Wright Facilities management, we will be working on improving the ventilation of the building.



Following a recruitment drive, we are pleased to welcome several new maintenance engineers to our team, Jamie Mc Quirk, Stephen Booth, Stuart Ryan, Vince Mason, and mechanical apprentice Harry moss.


Big Change

The new Big Change platform that we launched in December, is now fully operational and we are already benefitting from improved scheduling and quicker response times for our maintenance division.  


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