DBCP’s systems certified as world class
Derbyshire Building Control Partnership (DBCP) has been awarded the prestigious ISO 9001:2015 certification, marking an impressive start to its second year in business.
The world’s most popular and commonly used standard for quality management systems recognises DBCP’s consistent provision of products and services that meet customer, expectations as well as statutory and regulatory requirements.
The company, which has offices in Derby and Chesterfield, was established at the end of 2017 to deliver building control services to six Derbyshire councils.
Neil Johnson (right), Managing Director of Derbyshire Building Control Partnership, explained: “We’re proud to have achieved the world’s most widely adopted Quality Management System (QMS), so early in the business’ development. Although we are a regional business, we have national ambitions and this quality standard demonstrates to prospective clients that we not only have the resources but the world class systems in place to enable us to deliver a world class service.”
“ISO 9001:2015 is not only a certification to be proud of but also an important business development tool as we continue to grow.”
Last year, the company was also shortlisted for the New Business of the Year title at the 2018 Derbyshire Times Business Awards following 18 successful months in business.
Established in 2017, DBCP amalgamated the experience and knowledge of six established Local Authority Building Control Services from Derby City Council, Chesterfield Borough Council, Derbyshire Dales District Council, North East Derbyshire District Council, Bolsover District Council and Amber Valley Borough Council.
The amalgamation of six Building Control teams into one company, retained the skills and experience of some of Derbyshire’s most respected building surveyors who, together, have been key in delivering some of the counties most iconic buildings, including Derby iHub and Dunston Innovation Centre and, more recently, the new Saltergate multi-storey car park in Chesterfield and Wirksworth Heritage Centre.
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