Campbell & Kennedy joins I-FLAIR social housing framework

We are delighted that I-FLAIR has chosen Campbell & Kennedy as an electrical maintenance contractor for their social housing Property Maintenance Framework.

I-FLAIR is a consortium of eight locally-controlled housing associations based in Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire and Inverclyde and was set up to provide effective and responsive services which address the needs of the communities.

We look forward to working with the framework’s members including Arklet HA, Barrhead HA, Bridgewater HA, Cloch HA, Linstone HA, Oak Tree HA, Paisley South HA and Williamsburgh HA over its four-year duration.

As an organisation which holds ISO 9001 and 14001 certifications and has been appointed to more than 20 frameworks across the UK, we are confident that we will be able to provide an excellent electrical maintenanceI-Flair logoe service.

Last year, we won Best Environmental Project at the SELECT (trade association for electrical contracting in Scotland) awards so members can feel assured that they are working with professionals in the industry.

Across our four divisions covering technology, energy, electrical and fire, we have delivered an unrivalled range of procurement solutions and operational services for housing associations and local authorities including Glasgow Housing Association, Renfrewshire Council and Midland Heart.

Gerry Kennedy, Campbell & Kennedy’s managing director, was delighted at the appointment to I-FLAIR. He commented: “We aim to provide the best procurement solutions for our social housing partners across Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire and Inverclyde – helping them to continue delivering exceptional homes for tenants.

“We are confident that Campbell & Kennedy’s commitment to technical excellence, quality service and outstanding value will offer major benefits to every organisation using the I-FLAIR framework.”



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