TCi picks up top award for 5th year in a row

TCi picks up top award for 5th year in a row

TCi has made the top 1% at the annual Considerate Constructors Scheme Awards again

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The site accommodation furniture supplier and construction contractor scooped a bronze award to add to a host of accolades for service and performance…

The National Company and Supplier Awards celebrate companies and suppliers registered with the Considerate Constructors Scheme that have implemented the highest standards of consideration towards the neighbourhood and general public, the workforce and the environment. Only the highest performing registered companies and suppliers will be selected to receive Bronze, Silver or Gold Awards with companies being presented within bandings based on annual turnover.

2020 marks the 5th consecutive year in which TCi has been recognised with an award by the scheme, having joined in 2015. Having been awarded bronze in 2016, the team was elated to achieve both gold and Most Considerate Supplier awards in 2017 – recognising innovation and contribution to sustainability through the development of ECO360® fully recyclable cardboard desk (manufactured by Atlas Packaging), amongst other initiatives. A progressive approach towards promoting exceptional standards of service and the Code of Considerate Practice have resulted in a further silver and two bronze awards since.

The citation from the Considerate Constructors Scheme reads: “This supplier has shown the highest levels of consideration towards the public, its workforce and the environment through adhering to the Scheme’s Code of Considerate Practice: Care about Appearance | Respect the Community Protect the Environment | Care about Safety | Value their Workforce

“2020 National Company and Supplier Award winners are selected from the top performing registered companies and suppliers monitored between 1 August 2019 and 31 July 2020. TCi (GB) Ltd has played a fundamental role in raising standards in construction and is a credit to the industry.”