Soundcraft to be awarded a Perfect Delivery Certificate by Morgan Sindall

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Following a complete fit out of the Estates Management Office on the North-West Cambridge development, Soundcraft has been recognised as helping Morgan Sindall achieve Perfect Delivery.

In confirming that a Perfect Delivery Certificate is to be awarded, Peter Puttock, Senior Supply Chain Manager of Morgan Sindall Construction East, said: “With a short contract period, this project was a big challenge and we felt that Soundcraft contributed greatly in helping us achieve Perfect Delivery. Thank you Soundcraft.”

“Our company ethos revolves around five pillars of performance to underpin Morgan Sindall’s vision to be the best and most sustainable business through delivering exceptional customer service,” stated Peter. “We have identified five tangible measures, called Customer Commitments, and for a project to achieve Perfect Delivery, all five of these must be achieved and signed off by the customer. We can only do this by utilising supply chain partners such as Soundcraft who, on this project assisted us in achieving our ultimate.”

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Rob Thomson, Managing Director of Soundcraft, comments: “It’s hugely rewarding to receive an award recognising our input to Morgan Sindall achieving Perfect Delivery, which endorses our achievements during the Cambridge project. Soundcraft is always proud to deliver the highest standards to the UK construction industry – well done Soundcraft team and thank you for the recognition Morgan Sindall.”

To find out more about how Soundcraft can assist you with your next project, please call our UK technical and sales helpline on 0800 988 1875, email technical-sales@soundcraft-doors.co.uk or request a call back.

 

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£2.5K raised for O2e

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Members of the Soundcraft team took part in a challenge of the cerebral kind for our nominated charity, Ordinary to Extraordinary (O2e) – pitting their wits against 120 other quizzers to raise much-needed funds for children living with disabilities and serious illness.

The event was hosted by Soundcraft Chairman, Kevin Smith, and his wife Sue, a dedicated O2e Ambassador: “The evening was a resounding success and we raised a pretty impressive £2,500,” said Sue. “This is thanks to the incredible generosity and wonderful support of all involved. We are a 100% non-profit making organisation, so every penny will reach the children who are supported by this year’s eight chosen charities.”

Kevin took to the stage and welcomed a capacity audience, reminding all that O2e aims to encourage ordinary people to take on challenges that may take them out of their comfort zones or simply push them a little bit further than they’d normally go – that could be cycling from Land’s End to John O’Groats, running a few km round the park, or in this case, challenging the brain cells for a very worthy cause.

Visit O2e for more about this year’s chosen charities.

Soundcraft gains new 1SO 9001:2015 certification

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As part of Soundcraft’s ongoing development and the improvement of our services, we are delighted to announce our certification to ISO9001:2015 – the internationally recognised Quality Management Standard developed by the British Standards Institution BSI.

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Soundcraft brings aluminium solution to Stone World

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Work is progressing well on site at one of Soundcraft’s latest contracts, where we have been appointed to design, manufacture and install the striking aluminium curtain walling of the new showroom for Stone World, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of natural stone for commercial and residential projects.

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Nayland House refurb puts safety first

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Working alongside Allied Protection, part of the Lakehouse Group, Soundcraft has played a key role in improving the fire safety standards as part of the refurbishment of an eight-storey residential block of flats in Catford, Greater London.

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