West of Scotland Housing Association appoints Turner Services to deliver maintenance contract
West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) has engaged Turner Services to deliver its reactive and void maintenance contract.
Turner Services will start to deliver the three-year contract from April 1 and will continue to deliver high levels of service to WSHA tenants and customers it has provided since 2018.
WSHA said it is committed to providing outstanding customer service and are confident Turner Services will deliver a high-quality service to around 4,000 tenants and customers throughout the West of Scotland.
Andrew Kubski, director of development & asset management at WSHA, commented: “WSHA is fully committed to improving services and delivering a high-quality service to our tenants and customers. I am confident that this partnership with Turner Services will deliver excellent customer service to all our tenants and customers.”
David Black, head of operations and commercial at Turner Services, added: “Turner Services are proud to secure this new contract with West of Scotland Housing Association for their reactive maintenance and void refurbishment services. We will build on our existing experience of delivering quality void refurbishment services for WSHA and strengthen the client relationships already established.
“Customers will be at the heart of our services with all our efforts focused on delivering a positive repair journey, introducing a range of social value initiatives, and meeting the agreed performance targets.”