Record year for CCG maintenance arm
With a workforce of over 120 operatives and supported by 21 apprentices, the Asset Management division offers a range of services, including heating and rewiring, boiler renewals, kitchen and bathroom installations, as well as window and door replacements. Over the past 13 years, the division has completed work on over 50,000 properties and buildings across Scotland.
CCG Asset Management manager, Stephen Riley, said: “Our team has worked extremely hard over the past year undertaking a wide variety of contracts all across Scotland on behalf of local authority and housing association clients. As a Glasgow-based company, we are proud to have the capability of delivering any type of contract anywhere in the country.”
2017/18 saw a range of major contracts including the conclusion of a 10-project contract with City of Edinburgh Council covering kitchen and bathroom renewals, as well as window installations across over 900 properties. A further 420 bathroom and kitchen renewals were completed for Perth and Kinross Council with various window replacement contracts completed on behalf of Port of Leith Housing Association.
In early 2018, CCG Asset Management also commenced a major contract on behalf of Linthouse Housing Association which covers boiler, kitchen, bathroom and electrical works to 230 properties in Govan.
Stephen added: “Overall, 2017/18 was overwhelmingly positive as we have managed to secure contracts with long-standing clients as well as working with new ones, something that has been greatly assisted by working with framework partners such as the Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) as part of their KB3 Kitchen and Bathroom Framework. Alongside the SPA and others, more and more public sector organisations are aware of CCG Asset Management’s unwavering ability to deliver a high-quality, cost-effective product that is underpinned by our commitment to first class client and consumer engagement.
“2018/19 has already begun positively and we look forward to working with our existing customers and developing new relationships as we continue to grow.”