The Steel Construction Sustainability Charter has recently added two more BCSA members to its list, bringing the total number of companies to have been successfully audited to 13.
After being successfully audited, Caunton Engineering was awarded Silver status and Metsec Gold status.
As part of the audit process companies are awarded points, and must score more than six points from a maximum 12. Their points tally then gains them Charter Status in three levels: Gold, Silver and Member.
The current Charter list comprises: Barrett Steel Buildings, Gold; Billington Structures, Gold; International Paint, Gold; Metsec, Gold; Cairnhill Structures, Silver; Caunton Engineering, Silver; Conder Structures, Silver; Elland Steel Structures, Silver; Fairfield-Mabey, Silver; Rowecord Engineering, Silver; ACL Structures, Member; Fisher Engineering, Member; and Graham Wood Structural, Member.
The BCSA requires that Sustainability Charter Members should make a formal declaration that consists of the following eight points:
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