Aiming to provide efficiency savings to the construction industry by improving processes and reducing risks, Constructionline is the UK’s largest register of suppliers and contractors for the construction industry. All members of Constructionline are quality suppliers, helping buyers engage with over 24,000 suppliers on the register.
As one of the most widely used quality management systems in the world, the ISO 900 certification ensures organisations are meeting the standards required by their customers and regulations alike. Established in 1987, ISO 9000 provides each holder with certification of their ability to meet set guidelines and standards as dictated by the organisation’s quality administration systems.
As the Industry Training Board for the construction industry in England, Scotland, and Wales, CITB work closely with construction contractors to encourage training for a safer, fully qualified workforce. The Construction Skills strategy identifies industry-wide education and training needs for employers, ensuring all employees are given the knowledge and skills they need to carry out their jobs effectively.
Associated Lead Contractors
Established in 1999, the Lead Contractors Association safeguards a commitment to quality standards throughout the construction industry. Each member of the scheme is required to offer a twenty five year guarantee of workmanship for projects, ensuring that all work undertaken is carried out to a strictly regulated standard at all times.
As the leading skills certification scheme in the UK, CSCS provide a database to identify those in the construction industry with the required training and qualifications to ensure the work they undertake is performed safely and to standard. All CSCS card holders have been thoroughly assessed to ensure their quality of workmanship and certification to carry out each job performed.
The National Federation of Roofing Contractors Limited
As the UK’s largest roofing trade association, the National Federation of Roofing Contractors Limited represents over 70% of the roofing industry. Established in 1892, the NFRC has rooted itself as the voice of the UK’s roofing industry to regulate practices and ensure all approved members offer high standards of craftsmanship at all times.
Federation of Traditional Metal Roofing Contractors
With a principal aim to improve the standards of metal roofing installation and design, the Federation of Traditional Metal Roofing Contractors ensure that all registered contractors are carrying out work to the required standard, and possess established craft skills training to ensure a consistent quality of workmanship.
TrustMark is a non-profit organisation, promoting reliable, reputable contractors within the construction industry that operate to Government Endorsed Standards. With over 12,000 licensed tradesmen registered, every member is thoroughly assessed to ensure consistently high quality work is provided, and is regulated by recognised British industry standards.