Thenue Housing has awarded a contract worth almost £1million to City Building to refurbish more than 100 homes at Acorn Court in Bridgeton.
Renovations will be carried out over six months.
Work is already under way and involves electrical upgrades with new floor and wall finishes to kitchens and bathrooms. The £900,000 upgrade involves 113 homes.
City Building is the Glasgow City Council arm's-length construc-tion firm and the Bridgeton work will include three appren-tices. The Acorn Court contract is the third to be secured by the firm under a multi-million pound framework agreement with Thenue Housing.
Dr Graham Paterson, executive director of City Building, said: "This project gives hands-on experience and core skills opport-unities for our highly-trained apprentices.
"We are confident the tenants will enjoy their refurbished homes."
Chairman and councillor Paul Carey said: "City Building has an excellent track record of working with the public, private and third sectors to deliver first-class projects.
"We are delighted to be working in partner-ship with Thenue Housing to deliver these vital refurbishments."
Thenue's chief executive Charlie Tur-ner said City Building delivers on providing "the best possible product for our tenants".
He added: "So far they have proved the ideal contractors for this work. We are committed to maintaining our houses efficiently and effectively and this contract underlines our effort to provide a wide variety of high quality affordable housing."
The work coincides with the completion of a major £11m residen-tial development in nearby Calton, which included a new headquarters for the housing association.
The London Road site will also include the £1m Calton Heritage and Learning Centre which will be the area's community hub when it opens in the spring.
The announcement of another contract win comes just three weeks after City Building revealed it had landed a £16m deal to build 125 homes next to the Forth and Clyde Canal.