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Award smooths building contractor's path.

A WARWICKSHIRE building contractor has won a quality management accreditation.

Ian Neale Building Contractors, in Gadsby Street, Nuneaton, achieved a British Standards Institute (BSI) ISO 9002 standard.

This could clear the way to major contracts in the public and private sector as the standard is usually needed to get on the approved lists of local authorities and other public sector organisations.

The company took part in a course, designed for the National Federation of Builders, which helps prepare businesses for the award.

Ian Neale, managing director, said: "We now have a much more efficient and professional operation."
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Oct 5, 2000
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