Powerminster Gleeson has won the lion’s share of a multi-lot contract, which could be worth up to £18 million, covering repair and maintenance work across elderly care provider Housing 21’s properties.
The firm, recently acquired by Morgan Sindall’s social housing arm Lovell, won six of the 12 regional lots - worth between £1.5m and £2m annually - up for grabs.
B Bowden bagged three lots, Servio won two and Flamerite took the remaining lot.
Each lot will run for an initial three years but could be extended up to nine.
Work to be carried out under the contract includes planned preventative maintenance, unplanned responsive repairs and installation of new equipment including heating systems, hot and cold water storage systems, pressurisation sets and expansion vessels, commercial kitchen ventilation, heat pumps, and solar heating systems.