Lovell Appointed To £55m Procurement For All Repairs Framework
|Lovell has been appointed by Procurement for All (PFA) to work on the organisation's £55 million, national five-year repairs and maintenance framework.
Lovell is one of a number of companies set to deliver responsive repairs to homes for social housing providers in the North East and Midlands through the PFA framework which started in April 2012. PFA is a consortium made up of registered social housing providers.
"We are delighted to have been chosen by Procurement for All to work on this important framework, using our teamís extensive expertise in the social housing maintenance sector," said Andrew Green, regional manager for the Lovell repairs and maintenance business. "In addition to our technical expertise in the maintenance field, we are dedicated to providing residents with a high-quality, customer-focused service."
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Lovell's repairs and maintenance team looks after more than 200,000 domestic and commercial properties across the UK. Services provided include day-to-day responsive repairs, void property refurbishments, programmed maintenance, and electrical and gas installations, servicing and repairs. The team has carried out over 311,000 repairs or service related visits in the last 12 months.
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