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Horbury awarded Gloucestershire refurbishment contract
Horbury Property Services has been awarded a contract as one of the delivery partners to provide repairs and refurbishment work to Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
The property maintenance provider has been given a three-year contract, which began in January, to provide general refurbishment and repairs services across a wide range of NHS buildings, including inspection, installation, maintenance of fire doors and planned preventative maintenance regimes.
Richard Sutton, general manager at Horbury Property Services, said: “We’re pleased to have secured another major contract within the healthcare sector, following our recent framework agreement win with NHS Shared Business Services. We demonstrated that we were able to offer a service that is very good value for money, as well as having the expertise to deliver high quality repair and refurbishment services.”
Terry Hull, deputy director of Estates for Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, added: “Keeping our building stock in good repair is vitally important and we are pleased to be able to proceed with the framework agreement with Horbury Property Services as one of our delivery partners.”