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CMS extends its support for social housing sector

27 Feb 2018

CMS Window Systems has played its part in ensuring that two of the key events in Scotland’s social housing sector calendar were better than ever this year.

Strengthening its position as Scotland’s leading manufacturer and installer of windows and doors for council and housing association homes, CMS extended its support to APSE (the Association for Public Service Excellence) with its exhibition at their recent technical seminar, as well as sponsoring the Supplier Excellence Awards organised by Scotland Excel.

Continuing its long established relationship with APSE, representatives from CMS took the opportunity to connect with housing specifiers and managers from across Scotland with an exhibition at the APSE Building, Housing & Renewables Services Seminar, held at the Hilton Dunblane Hydro. By attending the event, the CMS team were on hand to share with delegates the latest insights into window and door design, specification and procurement, to ensure they can effectively achieve their multiple energy efficiency, safety, security and aesthetic goals.

Prior to the APSE seminar, the CMS team joined the sector in recognising and celebrating the best of Scotland’s housing supply chain by being a proud sponsor of Scotland Excel’s Supplier Excellence Awards 2018. The prestigious awards presentation evening, held in February at the Radisson Blu in Glasgow, was an opportunity for everyone involved in Scotland’s housing supply chain to see the innovation and excellence of suppliers who go the extra mile to deliver tangible benefits to members of Scotland Excel, and support the delivery of key public services.

David Ritchie, Chief Operating Officer at CMS Window Systems said: “We are proud to be able to support the organisations that work hard to deliver the highest quality public services in Scotland. Both APSE and Scotland Excel fulfil a vital role to give their members access to the latest technical knowledge and the best suppliers, and we look forward to continuing our great working relationships with these organisations.”

“Scotland’s housing stock is currently undergoing a major transformation in line with the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing (EESSH), so it is vitally important that housing specifiers have easy access to the latest information and products. We’re making a positive contribution to this by taking every opportunity to share our technical insights and help customers build their knowledge in order to deliver the best long term solutions for their tenants.”

CMS is ranked first on Scotland Excel’s Energy Efficiency Contractors framework as a provider of energy efficient uPVC replacement windows and doors, for local authority and housing association housing stock across Scotland. In addition, the company is already a long term fenestration partner with some of the country’s largest social housing providers, including Fife Council, North Lanarkshire Council and East Dunbartonshire Council.

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