Professional security and building services in the public sector

The public sector is responsible for providing all public services in the UK, which therefore includes education, the three emergency services, healthcare, transport services such as Network Rail, National Highways and Civil Aviation Authority, and then individual Governmental offices, such as Department for Work and Pensions, Environmental Agency, DEFRA, Crown Prosecution Service and the Financial Conduct Authority.

All of these public service organisations are critical to the national infrastructure and hence security and building services are management issues which merit the very highest standards. This is why Apardion are trusted to deliver professional security and building services to the public sector in Scotland, to ensure the country’s critical services are safeguarded and that effective systems are in place to manage the operations of all these organisations efficiently.

Our security and building services in Scotland

From our head office in Aberdeen we can direct operations across the Scotland region to ensure that public sector organisations have the support and the systems in place to deliver the high standards the country requires.


Building Services

Our systems ensure that public sector organisations have the support they need to operate safely, securely and in full compliance:

  • Bespoke and flexible solutions designed to meet your needs
  • Licenced and accredited professionals trained to high standards
  • 24/7 resources available to respond quickly when you need them
  • Dedicated on-site management

Contact Apardion for the best security and building services in Scotland

We have vast experience of delivering the highest quality of security and building services to public sector organisations from our headquarters in Aberdeen. Our track record has been built on trust, reliability and consistency, so contact us today for the best security and building services in Scotland.

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