CCG awarded £8.5m housing maintenance contract
CCG Asset Management has been chosen to lead a multi-million-pound planned maintenance project on behalf of Whiteinch & Scotstoun Housing Association (WSHA).
The £8.5 million contract will comprise the installation of brand new kitchens and bathrooms, as well as other various upgrades including heating and rewiring, for over 1,000 households located to the west of Glasgow city centre over a four-year programme.
Jim Gordon, property services manager for WSHA, said: “The Association are pleased to announce that CCG has been awarded the contract to carry out our extensive investment plans to ensure that our homes are maintained to the highest standards during these challenging and difficult times.
“The Association will work closely with CCG throughout the current pandemic to make sure that these works are carried out in a COVID-safe manner, in accordance with Scottish and UK governmental guidelines.”
CCG Asset Management manager, Stephen Riley, said: “Whiteinch and Scotstoun Housing Association has been a client of the CCG Group for many years, most notably with Asset Management, so we are delighted to work with them once again with this major contract. The Association has always looked to improve housing stock wherever possible and in support of them and their tenants, we will carry out these works diligently – and safely – to deliver the highest standard of finish and service.”
The Whiteinch contract was procured via the Procurement for Housing Scotland (PfH Scotland) Kitchen and Bathroom framework and is set to begin this autumn.
PfH commercial manager, Chris McGinn, added: “PfH Scotland are delighted to be supporting Whiteinch & Scotstoun Housing Association in the delivery of such an important project. Our frameworks offer an efficient, compliant route to market ensuring our clients achieve best possible value, and our end-to-end service ensures clients receive all necessary support and guidance throughout the lifetime of the contract.
“I look forward to continuing to work closely with both WSHA and CCG to ensure that this programme is delivered to the highest possible standards.”