Green-tech gains Constructionline approval

Green-tech has been approved to join Constructionline, an online database of pre-qualified suppliers, contractors and consultants that are deemed suitable to supply products or bid for construction projects.

Barry Browne. Image: Green-tech
Barry Browne. Image: Green-tech

The Constructionline database cuts out red tape for the construction industry. Initially set up by the Government it is used by public and private sector organisations as an aid when short listing contractors, suppliers and consultants who apply to work for them. It provides information and assurances about the health and safety systems and competence of the organisations who have been Constructionline approved.

Green-tech says being approved for Constructionline is a "great coup" as it endorses their credentials and will reduce the amount of form-filling in prequalification.

Barry Browne from Green-tech's gtSpecifier team commented: "It's early days but I believe Constructionline will prove to be a really valuable business tool for us. We've already had our first order through it.

"As all of our documentation and references have been validated and are stored online it will save time as we will no longer need to repeatedly duplicate our standard company information for every buyer. I am really hopeful that by removing the risk for potential customers Constructionline will open up many new sales opportunities for us."

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