The Thurrock Low Carbon Business Programme has assisted HW Wilson with a grant to the tune of £972 for a new boiler; the Wharf Group (KS Timber) with £1,632 for a diesel particulate filter fitted to one of their lorries; and £1257.06 for the Your Style Salon, for new heaters and double glazing.
THE AWARD for Best in Customer Service” at the Thurrock Business Awards went to South Ockendon-based HW Wilson. At a gala evening at the Civic Hall in Grays, the company was recognised not only for its ability and standards as a building company but for the “warmth, professionalism and integrity of its service from beginning to end.”
“The Thurrock Freight Quality Partnership will provide operational efficiency measures – particularly in relation to operating cleaner vehicles and managing fuel use – and can lead to financial savings and improved environmental performance.” He added: “The scheme will provide recognition as well as support, for the operators implementing operational efficiency measures, and signing-up can help raise the profile of a company’s commitment to operational and environmental performance.
AS PART of our Business focus showcases, YT went to South Ockendon to interview Phil Pearson at HW Wilson. We wanted to speak to Phil about the challenges facing a company in 2013. H.W.Wilson Limited is a forward thinking, multidisciplinary construction company that carries out work throughout Essex, Hertfordshire, London and the South East.
PETER Hansford has been in position for a little over a month now as the Government’s chief construction advisor. I wonder how he is feeling having seen the reports coming from ‘The Streetwise subbie’ and the industry in general?