Social housing contractor United House has won two London contracts worth a combined £11 million.
It was selected by registered social landlord Poplar HARCA to carry out large-scale upgrade works on its homes on the Brownfield Estate in Poplar, East London.
The £4m deal will involve refurbishment work on more than 300 four-storey maisonettes across 13 blocks, including external building fabric repairs and internal improvements.
Notting Hill Housing Trust also signed up United House, for an external envelope contract valued at more than £7m.
This deal will involve work on properties in Hammersmith & Fulham, West London. External and internal refurbishments will include communal hallways; roof repairs; roof and cavity insulation; window and door repairs and replacements; and upgrades to steps, balconies and fencing. The work is due to start in November 2011 and last until May 2016.
Jeffrey Adams, group chief executive of United House, said: “We take pride in our reputation for delivering quality work on major works refurbishments on time, on budget and at a competitive price.
“Our highly effective resident liaison service ensures our standards remain very high. Both Poplar HARCA and Notting Hill Housing Trust have recognised our commitment to customer service and we look forward to starting work on these two important London projects.”