CCG Asset Management has been based in Leith for several years, undertaking various phases of Port of Leith Housing Association’s window renewal programme. The expert planned maintenance division of CCG recently completed a further two phases with the renewal of Pre 1919 and Post 1980 window stock.
The Pre 1919 renewal (Year 2) involved 156 properties in the Leith area of Edinburgh and involved the installation of traditional sash and case windows. The Post 1980 renewal (Year 3), undertaken to 129 properties in Ferry road and Lochend South. The Ferry road development was our own timber windows, and the Lochend South area involved the installation of UPVC windows.
Based at CCG’s headquarters in Cambuslang, CCG Manufacturing is a bespoke, zero-waste facility that manufactures timber window and door products across a semi-automated CNC production line. The Fully Reversible Window is made to exacting specification while an automated paint line offers a limitless choice of colours that fully coats the timber surface prior to final assembly to maximise product longevity and a more efficient installation process.
CCG Asset Management Manager, Stephen Riley, said:
“CCG has a long-standing relationship with Port of Leith Housing Association which has been running now for 3 years. We have a final year of the pre-1919 houses to install in the 2018/19 financial year. The properties are currently being surveyed in preparation of an anticipated April installation programme”
Marie Williams, Senior Asset and Procurement Project Manager at Port of Leith Housing Association, said:
“CCG provided Port of Leith Housing Association with high-quality products and a high quality of service. The window replacement programme was successful in terms of quality, and time and budget management. We are looking forward to another year of installs through CCG’s Asset Management Division.”