Central Flooring Services Ltd continue to expand

The Directors at Central Flooring Services Ltd are proud to announce they have secured the services of Nick Megson as Sales and Marketing Director.

Nick has been involved in the Resin Flooring Industry for some 25 years, during this time has gained invaluable experience in both manufacturing and contracting with the resin flooring market.

He was an early enthusiast for the FeRFA recycling scheme and has been instrumental in the success of creating zero to landfill and researching materials that are manufactured using up to 50% recycled products.

Central Flooring is undergoing an exciting expansion programme and Nick will be heading up both the Sales and Marketing departments.

Nick said “I have known Central Flooring for many years and have always admired the way they have grown the business.”

Directors Richard Jinks and Kyle Stokes added “We have some great plans for taking Central Flooring to the next level and with Nick on board, we can continue to grow and seek new markets.”

Accreditations for John Lord

John L Lord & Son Ltd, widely renowned as a leading specialist industrial and commercial flooring company, is proud to announce its recent accreditations, demonstrating its commitment to achieving the highest standards and provide Total Responsibility for all flooring projects from start to finish.

As well as being an approved SafeContractor, it is also BS EN ISO 14001 (Environmental Management Systems) and BS EN ISO 9001 (Quality Management Systems) approved. John Lord is also an assured vendor under the Altius scheme.

Both BS EN ISO 14001 and 9001 cover the manufacture and supply of resin and ceramic flooring systems, aggregate and resin blending, warehousing and distribution of industrial flooring products.

The Safe Contractor Scheme reassures clients that health and safety is being handled correctly and sufficiently on its sites and the company health and safety processes have been assessed to make sure they are suitable for the work being undertaken.

Altuis uses its experience, resources and systems in the most effective way to make the supply chain safer, more reliable and more competitive.

Established in 1901, the business is family owned and has over 110 years’ experience within the Resin Flooring, Industrial Flooring and Commercial Flooring sectors, and over this period has grown to become one of the largest flooring contractors in Europe.

What Does the 2015 Update to ISO 14001 Mean for Construction Companies

Can you reduce the cost of compliance and ensure responsble waste management. Read Reconomy’s latest blog that takes a closer look at the latest update to ISO 14001 and examines what it means for construction companies.

The recently released update to the ISO 14001 EMS standard, ISO 14001:15 has been designed to help businesses reduce the cost of compliance as well as identify and capitalise on opportunities. Construction businesses, whether they are adopting the standard for the first time or updating from an existing standard, will find in ISO 14001:15 a suite of useful measures aimed at enhancing their ability to address their environmental impact. At the same time, it should help them take into account the increasingly complex challenges which construction businesses frequently encounter, such as responsible waste management.

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The shortlist for this year’s FeRFA Awards has been announced and the awards will be presented by Colin Murray at the Annual Dinner on Friday 11 November at the Belfry Hotel

FeRFA recognises excellence in resin flooring by presenting annual awards to celebrate the workmanship, diversity, innovation and commitment to quality and training shown by its members.

This year there are four Awards to be presented and the shortlisted entries are:

SMALL INDUSTRIAL PROJECT OF THE YEAR – sponsored by Huntsman Polyurethanes (UK) Ltd: RESIN COATING SPECIALISTS / FLOWCRETE – Project: Larton Farm Cattery, Merseyside REPROTEC UK / ALTRO – Project: Walkers Snack Foods, Peterlee ZENITH POLA FLOORING / REMMERS – Project: Instrumentation Lab, Jaguar Land Rover, Whitley

SMALL COMMERCIAL PROJECT OF THE YEAR – sponsored by Innoveo / Dorfner COATECH / MAPEI – Project: BDP Architects, Bristol IRL GROUP / SIKA – Project: Kevin Earles Kitchen, West Bridgford SPHERE8 / REMMERS – Project: Ruby Violet, Wharf Road, London SURTECH / ALTRO – Project: Emilia Wickstead, London

LARGE INDUSTRIAL PROJECT OF THE YEAR – sponsored by Huntsman Polyurethanes (UK) Ltd) IRL GROUP / REMMERS – Project: Project Hercules, Rolls Royce, Solihull MCDAID SCREEDING / SIKA – Project: Costa Coffee, Basildon RESIN COATING SPECIALISTS / FLOWCRETE – Project: Paint Shop, Bentley Motors, Crewe ZIRCON FLOORING / SIKA – Project: Rolls Royce, Chichester

LARGE COMMERCIAL PROJECT OF THE YEAR – sponsored by Stallard Kane Associates 4M FLOORS UK / ALTRO – Project: Hiscox Building, York CENTRAL FLOORING / ALTRO – Project: Kirkgate Market, Leeds POLYDECK RESINS / ALTRO – Project: Future Space at University of West of England, Bristol SPHERE8 / REMMERS – Project: Gasholders Kings Cross, London ZIRCON FLOORING / SIKA – Project: Alaraby TV Studio, London

Images of all the short-listed projects can be viewed on the FeRFA website.

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What Does Brexit Mean for Waste Management in the UK Construction Industry

As the waste management industry comes to terms with Brexit, the implications of life without EU directives and funding are being fully explored.

Fears of prolonged chaos – as EU directives are unpicked and new regulations envisaged – are being balanced by acknowledgement that referendum hype heightened anxieties on both sides.

A recent report ‘Brexit: Assessing the ESG Implications’ by Sustainalytics argues that the probability of policy changes in most areas affecting waste management remains ‘low or moderate’ because UK foundational law underpins EU directives.

Report co-author Doug Morrow said: “On both sides of the debate, the Leave and the Stay, there was an exaggeration of what it will mean for UK companies.”

But there are fears that air quality and waste reduction commitments could be abandoned as Britain frees itself from EU directives. Reconomy’s blog takes a closer look at how the UK’s waste management and construction sectors are assessing their industry prospects post-Brexit.

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Coatech wins at the North Wales Young Business Awards

Coatech was delighted to win a prestigious accolade at the recent ‘North Wales Young Business Awards’ at a glittering ceremony held at Venue Cymru in Llandudno.

Coatech beat off strong competition to win the ‘Best Partnership’ Award for brother/sister management team Mathew and Emma Shufflebotham. The Company was also a finalist in the ‘People’s Choice Award Category’

The awards night was a fantastic celebration of the hard work, achievements and dedication of business owners and managers all under the age of 35, from a wide range of industries across North Wales.

The Best Partnership Award category recognises the team that possesses strong business acumen, and works together to strive for excellence across all aspects of the business. Factors such as fantastic business ethics, customer service and working in partnership with their employees to achieve success were all key to standing out in this category

Contracts Director, Mathew Shufflebotham, said: “Winning this award at the NWYBA is a fantastic achievement for Coatech and a great opportunity to put the Resin Flooring industry on the map. We hope that it will help us with our plans to develop and grow our business further”

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