Dundee building services firm McGill has won a multi-million pound contract with a housing association.
The all trades firm, which was bought from administration last year, has since rebounded with several major contract wins for local authorities and social housing groups.
The latest contract to complete housing repairs and refurbishment works in 52 properties for Govanhill Housing Association is worth £2.3 million.
McGill operations director Chris Ferriday said: “Govanhill Housing Association is an important client for McGill and we are excited to be extending our working relationship.
“Our teams work extremely hard to deliver exceptional levels of workmanship and this contract award is testament to their efforts and dedication.”
The contract includes internal refurbishment of flats, replacement of windows, kitchens and bathrooms plus common repairs to external walls and roofs.
It follows a £2.6m contract being awarded to McGill by Govanhill Housing Association in August last year. McGill then opened a Govanhill depot.
Mr Ferriday added: “As part of these contracts we have not only been able to recruit locally and provide much needed jobs within the Govanhill area, but we have also been able to support a number of the association’s community projects.”
McGill’s parent company United Capital has said it continued to target the acquisition of UK building services and facilities management companies with the aim of reaching a collective turnover of £500m within five years.