Scores of internal refurbishments being carried out by Procast across the country are being handed over to clients and residents at an impressive rate.
The projects to improve local authority and social housing are being done so on a multi-trade basis, showcasing the Group’s diverse expertise base.
They involve homes that are managed by South Ayrshire Council, Queens Cross Housing Association and Cadder Housing Association, both in Glasgow, West Lothian Council and West Granton Housing Co-op in Edinburgh, where Procast commence the programme of works next week.
Procast are currently completing and handing over between 25 and 40 kitchens – plus 10 bathrooms – every week.
The photo gallery shows the quality of the workmanship and attention to detail that has more than satisfied the client organisations and their tenants.
The precise work varies from property to property but generally includes:
All properties included in these live projects are fully occupied for the duration of the contract, so all works have to be carefully coordinated and carried out safely to ensure as little inconvenience as possible to the tenant.
And at the close of each day, all works ware made safe and all services that may have been disconnected are restored.
The hugely experienced John Patrick (commercially) and Kevin Kozicki (operationally) are heading up these programmes.
A Procast spokesman said: “We are thoroughly delighted to be delivering these residential kitchen and bathroom replacements and general multi-trade contracts for many local authorities and other bodies.
“This is a division within the business we are keen to grow organically.
“It is also incredibly rewarding to see the end result in each individual property and hear the appreciation of the clients and the residents.
“Procast, as a business, are committed to making a difference in people’s lives and improving communities across the country – and these projects demonstrate our vision and drive.”< back