More than 30 maintenance jobs are being created after a housing organisation awarded a £6.4 million contract.
The new roles will be created by CLC Contractors after the firm was appointed by regeneration firm Midland Heart.
The contract, which is part of an existing framework agreement, includes an initial four-year term, with an additional three-year option and will provide an internal and external maintenance service to all Midland Heart customers.
Chris Pritchard, commercial director at CLC Contractors, said: “Being selected to be part of this framework agreement will allow CLC to work alongside Midland Heart in providing a long-term improvement programme.
“We have worked with Midland Heart on a number of projects over the last few years and feel confident that the new partnering agreement will be a great success.”
The property and asset maintenance company was awarded the deal following a competitive tender process. The contract will see the company carry out the maintenance and refurbishment of 15,000 of Midland Heart’s properties across the region.
Mark Richardson, head of planned investment at Midland Heart, said: “We are delighted to be working with CLC once again, who have a reputation for providing the high quality service expected by our customers.
“With a number of branches across the Midlands, CLC is able to offer a personal and efficient service, while providing the best solutions to our cyclical maintenance requirements.”