The British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) has registered ECS Engineering Services on ‘The Register of Qualified Steelwork Contractors Scheme (RQSC)’ as a professional and competent steel fabricator capable of delivering structural steel bridge projects with a value up to £3m.
The BCSA is the national organisation for the steel construction industry. It aims to promote the use of structural steelwork and ensure that all of its members have the required technical expertise and facilities to deliver a professional service.
It has assessed the personnel, knowledge, equipment and capability to produce steelwork of the required quality and concluded that ECS Engineering Services had achieved all of the required standards.
The conclusion of the assessment has resulted in ECS being added to ‘The Register of Qualified Steelwork Contractors Scheme for Bridgeworks (RQSC)’, which identifies the company as being qualified to deliver a variety of bridge designs including those made from plate girders and trusswork as well as moving bridges. This registration is in addition to ECS’s current registration with the BCSA for low and medium rise buildings, large span trusswork and tubular steelwork up to a value of £3m.
Steve Crapper, Business Development Manager for ECS commented: “This is a great achievement for ECS that endorses the investment that the company has made in both its staff and facilities as well as the high standards maintained throughout. The BCSA scheme provides specifiers and customers with the peace of mind that certified members have the capability to deliver projects professionally and safely.”