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Morrison sees success in winning and retaining contracts

Morrison, the repairs and maintenance company, has won a number of new business contracts in the north east of England, raising potential opportunities for tradespeople across a range of disciplines.

The company, which is a major provider of maintenance services to social housing organisations, has won a new 12-month contract with the Two Castles Housing Association, providing repairs and voids maintenance services to 774 homes around Tyneside.

A deal has also been struck with Fabrick Housing Group to provide subcontractor services for four years across a range of trades, including plumbing and heating, joinery and plastering.

Speaking to the Construction Index, Morrison’s chief executive, Guy Wakesly, said that the new contracts reflected the company’s recent business strategies, and provided huge potential for the future of the company.

“These new business wins reflect our strategy of growing our business organically and sustainably and the North East offers us a fantastic opportunity to do just this,” he said. “We look forward to working with our new partners to ensure they can deliver a great service to their residents.”

The company has also extended existing contracts it has with Babergh District Council in Suffolk, Manchester City Council and with Northwards Housing Ltd.