Multiple contract wins

North West building and maintenance specialist HMS has successfully secured three new contracts as the company continues to expand its commercial operations into Knowsley and Cheshire.

The property improvement and development expert was recently awarded two major home adaptation projects via the Knowsley MBC Disabled Adaptations Framework.

These are the fifth and sixth contract wins achieved through the Knowsley Council framework out of 14 issued to date, underlining HMS’ credentials as a major regional force in home adaptations.

Works will see HMS transform an existing garage area at a home in Kirkby into a fully accessible utility room and wet room. At another property in Huyton, a redundant building will be demolished to make way for a brand-new bathroom extension designed to suit people with disabilities or mobility issues.

Both projects aim to support vulnerable residents to stay independent in their homes.

Elsewhere, HMS will deliver a ground floor extension at a Muir Group Housing Association property in Chester, in a contract secured directly with client IGL Surveying.

Commercial Director at HMS Francis Eades said, “Securing these contracts highlights HMS’ expertise in major adaptations and extension works, and our ability to manage these types of contracts across the North West region.

“The last 12 months has been a period of continued growth at HMS. These latest appointments underline our ability to deliver first-class projects for housing providers and a growing Professional Services client base.”

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