Dixon Group chosen for plumbing and electrical work on high-quality Peter Ward Homes new build housing development

Dixon Group is delighted to have been chosen to provide all mechanical and electrical works by leading East Yorkshire housebuilder Peter Ward Homes on its latest new build development.

Dixon MEP – a specialist division providing a one-stop-shop to housebuilders seeking seamless project management from concept to completion – has been selected for the work at the Old Millers Rise development in Leven.

The site will see 55 new homes created, including two and three bedroom mid terrace, semi-detached and detached properties, and four bedroomed detached homes.

Paul Griffin, Project Manager at Dixon MEP, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded this contract with Peter Ward Homes as it follows a number of contracts with them in recent times, and builds upon a 30 year relationship between the firms, demonstrating their continued faith in the standard of our work and ability of our team.

“Peter Ward Homes has a reputation for building to impeccably high standards, so it is a great vote of confidence once again in Dixon MEP.

“We created this specialist division of our business to ensure we were able to offer an unrivalled package of support to housebuilders, from design and consultancy to all aspects of installation.

“Such has been the demand in recent months that we have needed to recruit and add to the team, which is obviously really pleasing.”

The new homes at Old Millers Rise will be fitted with HD and Sky TV cabling, alarm systems and electric car charging points to make the most modern of living spaces – all fitted by the Dixon team,

Plumbing skills will ensure gas fired central heating systems for all homes, with bathrooms boasting thermostatic showers.

Mr Griffin added: “It’s a great confidence boost to all at Dixon MEP to have been awarded this contact.

“We are always especially pleased when we are chosen to work with another successful local company to deliver a first-class project in our region. It makes it all the more rewarding.”

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