Accreditations

Having the correct accreditations is fundamental to our client’s success at Sticx. We hold the STA Gold Accreditation and we are fully ISO 9001 accredited. We apply the best sustainability principles through all aspects of the company, from our off-site manufacturing through to our raw material procurement. By providing Chain of Custody certified timber materials we are able to maintain our sustainable construction.

PEFC

The Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) is an international organisation dedicated to promoting Sustainable Forest Management (SFM). As we are a company within the forest supply chain, it is important that we are PEFC certified. With this label we can prove to our clients that our timber products come from sustainable sources.

Builders Profile

Builder’s profile is an open-access Common Database service which provides compliance and PQQ information to the construction industry. This is a forum where subcontractors and suppliers can easily share information and maintain it.

ISO-9001

ISO-9001 belongs to a family of quality management systems, where a set of standards ensures that a company meets the client’s needs with regulatory requirements related to their product or service.

Structural Timber Association

The Structural Timber Association (STA) is the largest UK trade association within the structural timber sector. Being a member of the STA enhances the quality and drive of product innovation through quality standard assessments. Our achievement of STA Gold proves that we are committed to delivering the highest standards of excellence.

Construction Line

Construction Line is a UK based register for pre-qualified contractors and consultants within the construction industry.

CHAS

The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS) is a pre-approval scheme which enables contractors to demonstrate that they meet the required health and safety standards.

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