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Just to let you know that in Morrisons Monthly Contractors Meeting (all their main contractors) it was noted by Morrisons how impressed they was with the quality of the Plasloc external hoarding and indicated that that’s what they would like to see on all their projects that required solid external hoarding.
Terry Heath // Project Manager ISG PLC
Yesterday I was having a walk round with the architects and the client and they all commented on how good the hoarding looked. To the point the client wanted to know why after 10 years of us working at Redbull why we have not used this system before.
Simon Whittaker // Site Manager SDC Special projects
A nice email to start the day… I would like to pass on my thanks to your two operatives on site last night at Water Lane. If everyone was that efficient, tidy and helpful it would make the world of construction a lot easier.
Ryan Wilks // Site Manager RG Group
Plasloc is a great example of an innovative company, addressing and utilising the sustainability agenda as a business opportunity. By developing high quality carbon friendly products, they have capitalised on new market opportunities and increased their competitiveness.
Paul Gilbert // Manufacturing Specialist SWMA
Thanks for a job well done. I have been impressed with the product and would definitely use you guys again should the opportunity arise.
Matt Davis // Balfour Beatty Project Manager
The install team was always polite and well presented, the work was carried out with the minimal interruption to the hospital and on completion the area was left clean and tidy. The product is very well suited to the clinical needs of a hospital environment
Ian West // Project Manager West Hertfordshire Hospital Trust
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