Sidey was been presented an award by the London Housing Consortium (LHC) for ‘Delivering Excellent Quality’ to social housing projects.
The Scottish window and door manufacturer was awarded the accolade at a ceremony in London, organised in celebration of 50 years of successful frameworks partnered through the LHC.
Sidey was presented the award for achieving 100 percent waste minimisation, the company’s use of local employment for direct and support services, as well as its client satisfaction, products and services.
Steve Hardy, Sidey’s Joint Managing Director commented: “We are beyond delighted and proud to have won this award through the LHC. Over our 30 year history in the Commercial Sector and when delivering Social Housing projects, as a business we always place quality and sustainability a head of short term gain. This accolade is recognition of this commitment to our customers.
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