Liverpool-based national business also retained an existing contract in the West Midlands and the South West and has so far won 27 contracts this year worth more than £70m. Tony McDonough reports
Liverpool property services company, Liberty Group, has secured three new gas servicing contracts across the UK worth a total of £13.4m.
It has also retained an existing contract in the West Midlands and the South West and builds on its strong 20% growth in 2018, which was achieved through securing 27 contracts worth more than £70m.
Liberty currently tops the gas servicing and central heating league table as the leading contractor in the UK for the value of contract wins, as compiled by HousingNet.
In the South West, Liberty will deliver a £5.8m contract to service, maintain and install domestic heating systems across Exeter City Council’s 4,900 homes until 2023. It has also secured a £2m on a four-year gas servicing and maintenance contract with Homes in Sedgemoor covering its 4,000 homes in Somerset.
In the West Midlands, Liberty has started a gas service and repair contract with Black Country Housing Group worth £560k over the initial three-year term.
Liberty has also been successful in a tender with Shropshire Towns and Rural Housing (STAR Housing). It was incumbent on the contract and will continue to service, repair and install a range of heating systems including gas, oil, LPG and solid fuel, in 3,600 of its home in a new contract worth up to £5m.
Karen Sloan, managing director – gas maintenance at Liberty, said: “These new contract wins mark a hugely successful period of growth for Liberty, which is demonstrated in our position at the top spot of the gas servicing league table.
“We’re delighted to have retained the contract with STAR Housing and look forward to continuing our long-standing partnership with them.”
Liberty Group specialises in the full range of property services including reactive and planned maintenance across all technical disciplines, refurbishments, mechanical and electrical projects, construction and renewable energy.