Eneteq Services Attains Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) Accreditation

besa-260-174Eneteq Services Limited are pleased to announce that we have now attained membership of the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA), the UK’s leading trade organisation for building engineering services contractors.

Choosing the right building engineering service specialist is a critical decision for everyone involved in creating, developing or refurbishing a building, therefore your supply chain must contain building engineering service specialists that are fully equipped to design and install state-of-the-art systems; specialists with the range of skills and resources needed to meet client priorities, and deliver on value, on time and on budget.

As a member of BESA, we have undergone a rigorous office and site-based inspection process to ensure our compliance with the highest technical, commercial and health and safety standards, giving our customers additional reassurance that we are continuing working to high standards. Those in the industry will be aware of this organisation, but to those who are looking for a reputable company can choose us knowing we are committed to providing a service where our customers can feel confident and safe.

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