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Retroflo recently had our annual Achilles UVDB audit. Over a 2 day period, Achilles audited Retroflo’s management systems in the following fields:- Health & Safety; Quality; Environmental and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). We were delighted to receive the news of our fantastic results, where we scored 100% in ALL categories for both the office and site elements of the audit.

It is imperative that Retroflo retain our UVDB verified status by successful annual audit as this is a pre-requisite for carrying out work for one of our largest clients, Northumbrian Water.

We were thrilled to hear we had received no non-conformances, with our assessor even making positive comments about how informative and detailed our new starter processes are.

These outstanding results are testament to the hard work and dedication from the Retroflo team who consistently comply with the requirements of management systems to ensure we retain high standards for our clients through every element of our business

Well done team for all of your hard work and another very successful audit!

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Retroflo received some great news this week from Sunderland City Council. Earlier this year we applied for 7 different framework lots. Yesterday we were notified that we were successful in all 7. This is absolutely fantastic news as it now means we can be included in every tender going forward for the forthcoming years, the work includes general electrical works, led lighting, emergency lighting, PA systems, Network cabling, UPS systems, testing and PAT testing.

Retroflo Office Move Seaham

Retroflo are delighted to announce that we have now officially moved premises. However we have not moved far, we are now located in Seaham. Our new address is Unit 12, Enterprise Court, Seaham Grange Industrial Estate, SR7 0PS, Seaham. We are proud to have such a hard-working and dedicated team in helping us make the move as efficient as possible.

Brunton Park Project Northumbrian Water

We were delighted to learn this week that a major Northumbrian Water and the Environment Agency project Retroflo worked on has been awarded a prestigious Water Industry Achievement Award for 2017.

The £7 million flood alleviation project in Brunton Park, Gosforth was awarded the Sustainable Drainage & Flood Management Initiative of the Year at the water ‘Oscars’ event in Birmingham.