Crown Highways | Gaining ECA Accreditation

Article Posted on: December 13, 2017

Standing out from the crowd can be difficult sometimes. So, how do you go the extra mile to set yourself apart from the rest? Crown Highways Limited are doing so by having now achieved ECA accreditation- showing that they are going beyond basic, standard requirements and striving for continued improvement in the electrical market.

Crown Highways are showing commitment to quality and continual improvement to become an industry leader, and obtaining yet another prestigious accreditation means this statement is being backed up by actions rather than words.

The ECA (Electrical Contractors Association) has been a driving force in the electrical engineering and building services industry since its formation in 1901.

Today, many organisations that are involved in improving industry standards and embracing positive change do so as a direct result of ECA involvement or alternatively engage with the ECA on an ongoing basis.

Crown Highways were assessed on their office systems, along with interviews of competency with the responsible appointed manager, Rob Peters and the Qualified Supervisor, Craig Lloyd.

Crown also proceeded to accompany assessors to site to show the works they have carried out against the test documentation. The 2 sites assessed were inspected and found to comprehensively meet the standards required for accreditation.

Craig showed great knowledge and good safety techniques for live testing on site gaining him his status as the ECA Qualified supervisor.

Mike Dale, Crown Highways Managing Director told us:

“This is another great step in improving the quality of service we deliver to our clients. Rob Peters and the team have worked extremely hard in achieving this accreditation which will improve us moving forward.

“I’d like to say a big ‘well done’ to Rob and his team, as well as take the time to inform all of our Crown Highways customers and partners that this accreditation is yet another reassurance of our commitment to continuous improvement and always striving to reach greater heights.”

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