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Success at Willmott Dixon Awards!

Alex Aciu Achieves best SSCS at Willmott Dixon Awards 2017

Each year every regional Willmott Dixon hosts a supply chain conference to recognise its extended family and celebrate the success of their project.

The 2017 London and the South Supply Chain Conference took place in London’s famous Tower Bridge and saw staff and subcontractors enjoy a tour of the grounds followed by a meal and drinks.

As well as the enjoying the scenery, the day also recognised the success of Willmott Dixons supply chain partners and their hard working staff that make good projects be great projects.

This year our very own Site Supervisor Alex Aciu ‘Best SSSTS’ for his efforts at George Eliot Residences,
Royal Holloway University of London.

Managing Director Florin Stoica said “His commitment to ensuring that we operate within the legal responsibilities regarding health, safety, welfare and environmental issues, ensures we are at the top of our game when it comes to best practice. We are exceptionally proud of his achievement – he is a credit to the company.

Christopher Lloyd-Evans – Build Manager – Willmott Dixon – added “Alex has been a great addition to the project and has been a huge part of the project’s success. He has a positive attitude all the time and a proactive approach to work. This is something that Alex has passed onto his operatives who are working for him and he was part of a cohesive team that works well together. His eye for quality and thinking ‘outside the box’ has been refreshing and allowed delicate designs to be reworked. I wouldn’t hesitate to use Pinnacle on my next project and I would ensure Alex is the SSS in charge.

Projects /

Getting the Pinnacle Treatment

Building firm foundations for large contracts with global Main Contractors

The joinery requirements for the impressive Royal Holloway student accommodation built by  Willmott Dixon is one of our biggest contracts to date.

We have been very successful in not only meeting the very precise manufacturing requirements for the door sets (manufactured in our factory), but have also met very demanding delivery requirements. This has involved coordinating multiple deliveries, with very small quantities so the doors can be fitted exactly as they are required  This has been imperative due to the very tight spaces around the student blocks.

As specialist carpenters, it has been vital to be able to supply our own materials. Main contractors have had peace of mind that we are able to deliver high standards, on time and able to adjust designs and quantities if required.

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