A Staffordshire architecture practice has gained independent accreditation across four quality standards.
Croft Architecture has been successful in achieving ISO standards for quality, environmental management and business continuity, together with the British Standard for health and safety at work, OHSAS 18001.
Carl Croft, Managing Director of Stafford based Croft Architecture, said the achievement reflected a commitment to a programme of continual improvement.
“The ISO frameworks for Quality, Environment and Business Continuity, together with the OHSAS Occupational Health and Safety management systems are the benchmark for business standards
“We are independently assessed and accredited to ensure we drive improvements through the business year on year. This means our clients can have confidence that they are getting the very best standards of service.”
Croft Architecture worked with Wayne Pearce of Eaglet Business Services, based at Festival Park, Stoke-on-Trent, to gain accreditation.
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Notes to Editors:
Carl Croft founded Croft Architecture in 2009 having previously worked for two prominent architecture firms in North Staffordshire. Croft Architecture is based at Anson Court, Staffordshire Technology Park, Stafford. The practice undertakes commercial and residential work. Projects include school extensions and NHS hospital developments in Staffordshire, a new lecture theatre and lobby area for the Keele University Observatory and a tea room at Belper River Gardens.