Dalkia has been appointed by Maryhill Housing Association – a charitable, community-based housing association operating in Maryhill and Ruchill in northwest Glasgow, to service and repair the door entry systems across their estate.
Dalkia will be responsible for the planned preventative maintenance (PPM) and reactive repairs of door entry systems to over 300 properties in Glasgow. Within the scope of work, the properties under the project include low rise and high rise multi storey blocks. The framework contract has been signed for an initial 36 months, with the option to extend it by a further 24 months.
We are confident that Dalkia will help us ensure the safety of our extensive and diverse property and support our vision of building better lives together
Derek Baker, Property Manager, Maryhill Housing Association
The Maryhill Housing Association owns over 3,100 homes which include tenements, retirement housing and multi-storey apartments. The association undertakes a significant amount of regeneration activity to ensure that properties in Maryhill and Ruchill are maintained at a high standard for tenants. Dalkia was chosen due to the team’s ability to deliver a tailor-fit solution that ensures the properties are properly protected with the emphasis placed on providing cost effective solutions utilising the latest technology with an impartial approach to product selection.
David Lindsay, Operations at Dalkia, said “We are delighted that Maryhill Housing Association has awarded Dalkia the responsibility of maintaining the door entry systems across its estate. Our team takes the responsibility of serving Maryhill Housing and its tenants seriously and we look forward to a productive partnership and a successful project completion.”
Derek Baker, Property Manager at Maryhill Housing Association, said “Ensuring the safety of our tenants is a top priority as a customer-focused organisation. We are confident that Dalkia will help us ensure the safety of our extensive and diverse property and support our vision of building better lives together.”