CCG completes phase 1 of multi-million pound maintenance programme

CCG Asset Management has completed the first phase of a multi-million pound planned maintenance project on behalf of Whiteinch and Scotstoun Housing Association.

The planned maintenance division of the firm commenced works in May with the installation of new kitchens, bathrooms and boilers for up to 136 households.

Phase 2 of the project is scheduled to commence in January 2022 and will comprise an identical suite of works for a further 233 households.

The Whiteinch and Scotstoun planned maintenance workstream has been procured though Procurement for Housing (pfh) Scotland.

CCG Asset Management project coordinator, Jim Cunningham, said, “Despite the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, CCG Asset Management has continued to deliver a leading quality of service for our client Whiteinch and Scotstoun Housing Association during this maintenance programme.

“Our team worked incredibly hard to ensure all replacements and associated upgrades were completed to the highest standard of finish whilst minimising disruption to the tenant’s day-to-day activities as possible.

“We thank the association for their ongoing support and look forward to commencing Phase 2 in early-2022”.

Jim Gordon, property services manager added, “CCG have performed to the highest standards and completed the 1st year of the association’s five year investment program with minimal disruption to our tenants, despite the restrictions and difficulties arising from the Covid-19 pandemic. The association is committed to maintaining its stock to the highest standards and looks forward to working with CCG on the next phase of the planned programme.”

Procurement for Housing Scotland commercial manager, Chris McGinn, added, “It gives me a huge amount of satisfaction to have been part of a procurement process which enabled one of our Members to easily access a high quality contractor for such an important programme of works.

“I look forward to supporting the next phase of works and seeing the positive impact this has on the association’s tenants.”