Wynne Construction, are delighted to announce their newly appointed status as an ISO 9001 registered company.
The procedure for gaining the ISO 9001 certification involved months of preparation including a number of assessments that show the business has a consistent level of management systems in place. Management principles such as tracking customer satisfaction, enhanced customer focus, continual improvement and mutually beneficial supplier relationships are all imperative to gaining the certification.
Following the culmination of the process, Wynne Construction have been awarded the ISO 9001:2008 quality standard for the provision of construction and related services (design, build, refurbishment and maintenance) for public and private sector organisations.
The three day audit by SGS, involved all the staff at the offices in Bodelwyddan and a site visit to Llangollen, where Wynne Construction are currently refurbishing The Royal International Pavilion.
Chris Wynne, Managing Director, comments: "Wynne Construction chose to implement the ISO 9001 as part of our ongoing drive to maximise overall performance of the organisation. The accreditation process was challenging to achieve but we believe it will be vital in demonstrating real quality of internal management to both our customers and employees. We are now confident that this quality standard will improve our position in the pre-qualification process and in ensuring that we are in the best position to secure future contracts with our public sector and private customers."
Wynne Construction engaged the services of Brian Taylor from THE Group based in Cardiff to formulate the required management systems to gain the certification. Together with Brian, Wynne Construction are now working towards ISO 18001 which promotes a healthy and safe working environment, and ISO 14001 which is an internationally accepted standard setting out how to implement an effective Environmental Management System (EMS).
Wynne Construction have utilised the quality management systems in their latest projects, having recently completed £7m worth of contracts for Conwy County Borough Council (Eirias High School) and Anglesey County Council (Holyhead High School).