Progress made on £1.4m Paisley Housing Association bathroom replacements

Progress made on £1.4m Paisley Housing Association bathroom replacements

CCG Asset Management, the planned maintenance division of the CCG Group, has made strong progress with a large-scale contract for Paisley Housing Association.

The £1.4 million works package involves bathroom replacements to 245 residences located in the southern area of the town.

Procured through pfh Scotland, specialists in procurement services for the social housing sector in Scotland, works commenced earlier in the autumn and are expected to be completed by late-spring 2024.

Craig Reid, Paisley HA head of asset management, said: “We have been very pleased with the high levels of quality, communication and overall tenant satisfaction during the bathroom replacement works by CCG.”

CCG Asset Management manager, Jim Cunningham, said: “We are delighted to be working with Paisley Housing Association, one of our long-standing clients whom we have worked with across various planned maintenance workstreams for a number of years.

“Since commencing works earlier in the autumn, we have made considerable progress. Our site team has ensured a high standard of finish and has performed efficiently in order to minimise the impact on tenants whilst our dedicated Tenant Liaison Officer is on hand to coordinate day-to-day communication.

“We look forward to meeting more tenants over the coming weeks and months and look forward to completion next year.”

Chris McGinn, pfh Scotland commercial manager, said: “We are very pleased to be working alongside Paisley Housing Association and CCG in the delivery of this project and I look forward to working closely with both organisations to ensure that the works are delivered to the highest possible standard. Our frameworks are designed to be as straightforward to use as possible for our members and suppliers alike, whilst ensuring compliance and efficiency are delivered – the procurement exercise behind this contract award is testament to just that.”

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