Saltire awarded £1.3m boiler contract from Kingdom Housing Association
Saltire Facilities Management has been awarded a boiler installation contract from Kingdom Housing Association, valued at £1.3 million.
The contract will see Saltire’s gas qualified engineers providing reactive maintenance and annual safety checks of gas-powered domestic central heating systems and commercial heating systems, as well as servicing and maintenance to Air Source Heat Pumps in homes spread throughout the East Fife area.
As part of the three-year contract, Saltire will also upgrade up 150 domestic gas central heating boilers per year, totalling approximately 450 over the length of the contract.
Kingdom Housing Association provides housing across East Central Scotland, and has developed close to 5000 homes over the last few decades, the majority of which are available for social rent. In addition, the Association plans to build around 400 new properties each year.
This recent contract award sees Saltire being responsible for the central heating systems in approximately 2500 of these properties.
The contract will be managed by Saltire’s operations manager, David Grabiec; all back-office planning and administration is managed by team leader, Sarah Brown.
Speaking of the contract award, service delivery director, Natalie Milne, said: “I am so pleased to announce that we have gained another new client in Kingdom Housing Association, and that this represents another expansion across the country for Saltire.
“We’re a well-established name, committed to serving many customers in the West of Scotland, and we’re also focused on expanding operations in other regions. I’m especially delighted that our reputation for quality work is driving our successful and sustainable growth.”