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Seddon selected for £6m Warwickshire maintenance contract

20 Oct 11 Warwickshire County Council has awarded maintenance specialist Seddon Property Services a two-year contract " worth up to £6 million in total turnover " to provide responsive maintenance services for council-owned public buildings.

New maintenance and repairs service for council properties.

The contract starts in December 2011 and will see Seddon providing reactive repairs to council-owned buildings across the county, including schools, care homes and libraries.

In addition, the County Council has separately appointed Seddon to its two-year, £12 million framework for the delivery of planned maintenance work to council-owned property. Seddon is one of five contractors selected for the planned maintenance framework.

“We are delighted to be one of Warwickshire County Council’s chosen framework partners for planned maintenance work,” says Neil Hand, joint managing director of Seddon Property Services. “Seddon has a lot of experience of working with local authorities and carrying out maintenance projects in occupied environments. Our skilled building maintenance team is also looking forward to providing council customers with a fast, friendly and efficient reactive repairs service.”  Seddon will provide a number of apprenticeships through its new contract with the County Council.

Seddon Property Services is part of Seddon Group, a family-owned company specialising in construction, painting and maintenance and housebuilding.

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