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Contractor wins work on homes.

DARLINGTON-BASED contractor BCS Preservation has secured a PS200,000 contract with Richmondshire District Council.

The firm will provider damp proofing and timber treatments of 21,000 homes and commercial properties throughout North Yorkshire over the next four years.

BCS' Michelle Davidson said: "We are delighted to have won this contract and excited to provide our premier services to thousands of homes across Richmondshire."

On top of the contract win BCS has relocated from Woodland Road to Cleveland Trading Estate in Darlington.

Director Aaron Davidson said: "This is just the beginning - we are currently bidding for other large contracts in the North East, Yorkshire and further a field, that will continue to promote growth in the company."

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Title Annotation:Business
Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Oct 9, 2015
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