MITIE has been awarded a six-year contract worth £4.5m with Raglan Housing.

MITIE awarded £4.5m contract with Raglan Housing

Published:  22 July, 2013

MITIE has been awarded a six-year contract with Raglan Housing worth £4.5m.

The company’s painting business will deliver internal and external painting to Raglan Housing’s properties, worth approximately £750,000 per year.

The works, commencing in August 2013, comprise internal and external decorative repairs and redecorations to 5,000 residences across the south of the UK.

MITIE was awarded the contract based on its ability to deliver value through a high quality service, performance reporting and a focus on customer satisfaction.

Justin Millman, Raglan Housing’s programme manager, said: “We are looking forward to working with MITIE to improve our properties. We take pride in providing high quality affordable homes and this includes ensuring the properties are well looked after both inside and out. We hope that by working together we can share best practice.”

Kenny Robson, director of MITIE’s painting business, said: “This is an exciting contract and we are looking forward to working with Raglan Housing to provide a high quality service at an attractive price. We are committed to working collaboratively to build an excellent working relationship for the benefit of their residents.”

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