Kier Living Eastern has Won an Industry Award

Kier Living Eastern has Won an Industry Award

Kier Living Eastern, the well-known house building company has won an industry award. The Award winning house builders have managed to will an accolade for their health and safety performance. The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents has achieved the standards worthy of the Gold Award 2017.

The company is mainly based in Sandy, Bedfordshire, has has been given the accolade as part of the annual awards programme that is run by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, or RoSPA. The awards scheme looks to give companies recognition for their occupational health and safety performances. The Gold medals as part of this awards programme are given to the entrants that manage to sustain consistently high standards over the course of a number of consecutive years. The 2017 awards were handed out this year for the health and safety performance of companies between 1st of January 2016 and the 31st of December 2016.

Kier Living focuses on delivering the highest quality projects possible, from design through to construction and the after sales care team for new homeowners. The company works to create a wide range of homes, from one bedroom apartment to more luxurious developments of five bedroomed homes. Kier Living draws on its experience of more than 70 years in new homes construction to make sure that they produce quality homes. Being given the Gold award this year is recognition for the standards set by Kier Living in all aspects of their projects.

It is a prestigious award for Kier Living Eastern to be given the Gold Award this year. The company focuses on delivering consistently high standards of health and safety throughout their operations. It is great for the company to be recognised by the RoSPA for all of the hard work they put in to their health and safety standards, especially during the association’s centenary year.


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