We recently announced that we were about to fabricate a single fire-rated window for a Cancer Research UK facility in Cambridge.
The story was to underline that no job is too big or too small for Wrightstyle.
Whether it’s a contract for one window or a hundred windows, we also always carry out a comprehensive pre-site inspection.
That inspection enables us to see the site prior to installation, and compile a site-specific risk assessment and method statement.
It’s an integral part of our approach to quality management and health and safety.
We make sure that every step of the process, from design, through fabrication, to final installation is carried out to the highest standards.
The facility, part of the University of Cambridge, is named after Sir Li Ka-shing, a Hong Kong business magnate and philanthropist.
Through his Foundation, he generously gave the centre a £5.3 million donation.
The Li Ka-shing Foundation has also endowed a professorship of oncology at the university and made a further donation of £2 million.
John Woodcock, our contracts manager, carried out the pre-site inspection to ensure the work was carried out in the safest method.