We are an Approved Certifier of Construction, certified to carry out work requiring a Building Warrant.
What is a Building Warrant Approved Contractor? A building owner may employ Approved Certifiers to ensure work meets building regulations. The status of “Approved Certifier of Construction” is only given to people who hold appropriate qualifications and have sufficient experience to certify that an installation is compliant. Approved Certifiers of Electrical Installations must be approved electricians who are suitably qualified e.g. SVQ level 3 in electrical engineering.
Using an Approved Certifier is an option open to an owner or developer carrying out work that requires a building warrant. The work done must comply with the building warrant and building regulations. A Certificate of Construction provides assurance that the work as constructed does comply.
For your peace of mind, we are approved members of the following organisations
We are also a member of the ConstructionLine, the UK Government Certification Service
As a supplier, you’ll know that jumping through the same vetting hoops every time you tender is not a brilliant use of time and resources. And for buyers, sifting through pre-qualification data and keeping it up to date adds up to a similarly wasteful job. Constructionline helps both sides of the deal bypass these problems, saving everyone time, money and hassle in the process.
Constructionline standards are high – all suppliers are pre-qualified to the official Government pre-qualified standard.
The PQQ questionnaire was developed by central Government and leaders from the construction industry including HSE, Equalities and Human Rights Commission and Constructing Excellence.
We are a member of Select - the authorities’ trade association serving the electro technical industry. This means that we have to undergo regular assessments for professionalism, safety, quality of workmanship. We must also carry out our work to meet with The Scottish Building Standards and BS7671 'Requirements for Electrical Installations' - also known as The IEE Wiring Regulations 17th Edition.