UKCG

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UKCGUnited Kingdom Carbon and Graphite (Derbyshire, England, UK)
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Headquartered in the North East, UKCG has taken up a wealth of lucrative contracts across the UK in recent years - in the process creating a stellar reputation as one of the most dependable firms of its kind.
Whilst it has always been the intention of UK Commercial Group to offer a dedicated UK-wide service (something upon which they're yet to falter), some potential clients to date have remained reluctant on account of UKCG's reputation as a northern company.
* UKCG provides a wide range of commercial cleaning solutions, including carpet cleaning, daily contract cleaning, fire damage repair, graffiti removal, handyman services, national window cleaning and garden maintenance
The event, organised collaboratively by the UK Contractors Group (UKCG), the Industry Training Board and Sector Skills Council, CITB-ConstructionSkills, the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and the Considerate Constructors Scheme, saw sites all over the UK open their doors to the public, allowing them to witness first-hand the scale and complexity of construction projects.
A report produced by the UKCG, which Thomas Vale was invited to help produce, details that for every pound spent in construction, a further pounds 2.84 is reinvested back in to the local community, which provides an estimate of around pounds 1.5billion worth of return on investment back in Birmingham.
This event is being hosted in partnership with Shepherd Construction Ltd, and is part of a UK wide Open Doors Weekend organised by UK Contractors Group (UKCG).
Law firm Pinsent Masons was delighted to assist in the drafting of the new Competition Law Code of Conduct for the construction sector in conjunction with industry bodies the UK Contractors Group (UKCG) and the National Federation of Builders (NFB).
That standard is designed to support UKCG's work in increasing competency and improving leadership in health and safety by developing knowledge and skill and marks an impressive achievement by the NFDC and NDTG in safeguarding recognition of demolition specific training standard across the wider construction industry.
The report comes from international strategy consultancy LEK, commissioned by the construction industry body UK Contractors Group (UKCG), in partnership with the CBI.