Simpsonville, SC (PRWEB) November 24, 2012
Weatherproofing Advisors Ltd have been awarded the multi million pound contract to upgrade the roofs of Euston Station in central London. Euston Station was the first Inter-City railway station to be built in London and the existing station was opened in 1968.
Working in partnership with the Morgan Sindall Group, one of the leading UK Construction and Regeneration Companies, the expansive project is planned to be complete by the spring of 2013.
The project, one of the largest flat roof refurbishment contracts in the UK, was awarded to the partnership team because of their respective track records of measured, managed and delivered customer service. Network Rail's glowing testimonials on Weatherproofing's track records of service in the railway industry over a long number of years was a major contributing factor in securing the work for the nationwide roofing contractor.
Managing Director Frank Gaskell said;
"We have had a long standing relationship with Network rail and have worked tirelessly over the years to achieve their strict level of health and safety procedures. We are delighted to have been awarded the contract at Euston Station and it is a testament to the companies dedication to customer service and health and safety initiatives"
Weatherproofing Advisors, founded in 1987 with service centres nationwide, has invested heavily in providing customer service they believe to be un-rivalled in the roofing industry. With the current tough economic climate affecting the construction industry more severely than other sectors, it has been this belief in providing service above and beyond which has seen Weatherproofing continue to establish themselves as a forward thinker in roofing contracting. With the development of their roof management programme REALM (Real Estate Asset Lifecycle Management) which provides a complete overview of customers roof assets, Weatherproofing look to explore evolving technologies and strategies to provide a level of service for their customers that will help them advance during these times of austerity.