Building on the continuous growth in ACAD membership over recent years, ACAD, the not for profit trade association for the Asbestos Industry, welcomes Keltbray Environmental Solutions as its latest new member.
Dan Frost, MD of Keltbray Environmental Solutions commented, “Keltbray values and supports ACAD’s role in driving continuous improvement within the asbestos industry. We are very much looking forward to working with ACAD to ensure asbestos compliance across our industry is understood, prioritised and adhered to in line with industry regulations. We are excited by the prospect of collaborating with ACAD to train and develop our asbestos technicians to help raise the levels of professionalism across the industry”.
Graham Warren, ACAD Manager commented “It’s great news to welcome Keltbray Environmental Solutions into the association and I know I speak for us all at ACAD when I say we’re really looking forward to working with Dan and the wider team at Keltbray”.
Keltbray is the UK’s leading specialist engineering and construction company, with a history of experience spanning over 40 years. Keltbray’s environmental solutions capability is part of a broader Environmental offering that provides integrated self-delivery of ground engineering, remediation, soil contamination, asbestos removal and industrial decommissioning services. With hazardous materials and ground conditions, engaging early with the customer to survey, identify and mitigate problems is critical to avoiding programme delays and unforeseen costs, thereby achieving greater outcome certainty.
Graham Warren commented, “Increasingly, Licence holders are turning to ACAD which I believe stands testament to the high quality services we deliver and also to our approach and ethos at this growing trade association. And with both organisations being long term members of Build UK, it seemed only natural that we should be working together in this way”.
Dan Frost went on to say “ACAD and KES resources will be available to assist and advise all Build UK members, to raise further awareness within our specialist field and support them directly with the identification and removal of hazardous asbestos-based materials”.