TCi achieves ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 14001:2015 recertification with flying colours

Following an in-depth, two-day audit, TCi has, once again, demonstrated exemplary commitment to industry-leading quality and environmental management systems

The comprehensive inspection by a representative for the British Assessment Bureau began at TCi’s head office, with a review of documentary procedures, incident recording and project assessments, accompanied by direct conversations with key personnel from across the business to ensure company-wide engagement. The second day provided a chance to visit some of TCi’s largest and most varied operations within Europe’s biggest construction site in Bridgwater, Somerset.

The auditor was most complimentary and remarked positively on TCi’s continued performance.

UKAS accreditation to ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 14001:2015 is a vital part of TCi’s mission to deliver exceptional quality and continuous improvement throughout every service, providing assurance to clients and stakeholders throughout the industry that the company has robust and reliable systems. These achievements are not made in isolation and enhance other accreditations from CHAS, Constructionline, Supply Chain Sustainability School and many more, covering health & safety performance, design and management capability, sustainability, procurement systems, nuclear industry compliance and fleet management.

Emily Bailey, leading the audit for TCi said; “Thank you to everyone for producing such high-quality project documentation which received high praise within the audit”

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