United House has secured two refurbishment framework contracts worth £35m and £25m over four years.
The frameworks have been awarded by London & Quadrant and Harlow Council.
L&Q has appointed United House as one of four framework contractors to carry out upgrade works as part of its four-year internal refurbishment programme.
Work worth up to £35m to United House will involve kitchen and bathroom replacements, rewiring, heating upgrades and asbestos removal across the Cray area which comprises 25,000 homes in south east London.
In the second framework award, Harlow Council has selected United House as one of two contractors to Lot 1 of its £100m council housing investment programme.
The value of the framework is worth £25 million to United House over four years, with the potential to extend to a fifth year.
Work will cover kitchen and bathroom upgrades, heating and electrical improvements and asbestos removal to homes in Harlow and the surrounding area.
United House group chief executive Jeffrey Adams said: “It is a testament to our excellent track record in delivering high quality, cost effective refurbishment programmes that we have been appointed on these new frameworks.
“It demonstrates United House’s reputation for excellence and we look forward to delivering these programmes to our usual high standards.
“United House has a relationship with L&Q that goes back many years and it is good to be back working together,” he added.
Work on both programmes is due to start within the next month.