Portable Offices achieves continued Constructionline status

Portable Offices based in Sandycroft Chester has once again been awarded accreditation from Constructionline – the UK’s largest register for pre-qualified suppliers contractors and consultants.

Accreditation means that the company is pre-qualified for local authority and government contacts and will be able to optimise its time and response to local government tender opportunities. In effect this means that Portable Offices get a head start in tendering for these contracts and means it costs the company less in terms of man-hours to tender.

Managing Director, Adrian Witty, commented: “As part of the accreditation process, we had to secure a number of trade references from our customers which required them to provide Constructionline with some intelligence about our product and service. We were delighted to see how highly our customers rated us.  Needless to say, this vital feedback was instrumental in us achieving accreditation, so I’d like to say a big ‘thank you’ to all those who responded so promptly and positively.”

Health and safety also featured prominently in the process and with Portable Offices’ continued accreditation of Contractors Health & Safety Assessment Scheme or CHAS combined with international standards ISO 14001 9001, the company was rewarded by Constructionline’s approval of its measures.

“Another benefit of this accreditation is the credibility it brings to our operation, marking us as a high quality and reputable provider in today’s marketplace,” concludes Adrian.

Portable Offices also holds accreditation of Safecontractor – a leading third party accreditation scheme which recognises very high standards in health and safety management amongst UK contractors. The company has held this continuously for the past five years and is audited annually.

For more information visit www.portableoffices.co.uk

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