Scotland’s Largest Property Preservation Company wins UK Contractor of the year award two years in a row

  • By Gedas Barodica
  • 05 May, 2017
Property Care Association award ceremony - Richardson & Starling
Richardson & Starling are celebrating winning the Property Care Association UK Contractor of the Year on Thursday evening at the Best Practice Awards held in Coventry. This adds to our success in winning the same award in 2016 .

There are more than 400 member companies in the PCA covering the UK and R&S came top after all member companies had been audited.

We also came top for the Project of the Year award for our contract at Double Row in New Lanark contracted by our Glasgow office and won the Training and Staff Development category.

Graham Duncan, Managing Director, said: “ We are proud to win these prestigious awards and I would like to thank all our staff who work hard to deliver a quality service.”

Richardson & Starling have been delivering Property Care surveys and repairs since 1935 and are a Veitchi Group company who recently celebrated 100 years in business .

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By Gedas Barodica 05 May, 2017
Richardson & Starling are celebrating winning the Property Care Association UK Contractor of the Year on Thursday evening at the Best Practice Awards held in Coventry. This adds to our success in winning the same award in 2016 .

There are more than 400 member companies in the PCA covering the UK and R&S came top after all member companies had been audited.

We also came top for the Project of the Year award for our contract at Double Row in New Lanark contracted by our Glasgow office and won the Training and Staff Development category.

Graham Duncan, Managing Director, said: “ We are proud to win these prestigious awards and I would like to thank all our staff who work hard to deliver a quality service.”

Richardson & Starling have been delivering Property Care surveys and repairs since 1935 and are a Veitchi Group company who recently celebrated 100 years in business .
By Gedas Barodica 25 Apr, 2017
Big thank you to the New Lanark Trust for supplying this historic Double Row picture.
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