Scottish building services and all-trades contractor, McGill, have secured another significant contract with long-standing clients, Govanhill Housing Association.
McGill has delivered work to support the association’s ambitious regeneration project for several years. The contractor will commence work on the £1.4million repairs contract to deliver a wide range of trade services, including slating, tiling, fire & security services, TV installation, landscaping, lead and stonework plus others, demonstrating McGill’s all-trades capabilities.
Govanhill Housing Association is a community-controlled social landlord operating in the Govanhill and Merrylee neighbourhoods of Glasgow. The association own and manage more than 2,800 homes for social rent and provide factoring services for a further 1,500 privately owned properties. The association has invested more than £43million in their tenants’ homes as part of the substantial major repairs and planned maintenance programmes since 2000.
The contract will see McGill continue to operate around South West Govanhill, an area currently undergoing significant regeneration as part of the association’s South West Govanhill Property Acquisition and Repair programme.
McGill Operations Director, Chris Ferriday commented; “It is always great to build long-lasting relationships with clients as you really get to know their team and ultimately deliver outstanding work. Having worked with Govanhill Housing Association for several years, we have strong relationships and a great understanding of what the goals of the association are and how we can support them to achieve these.”