Accreditations 2017-11-28T09:14:18+00:00

SMAS Accreditation

Abbey & Lyndon are proud to have gained an SSIP accreditation (Safety Systems in Procurement) through a SMAS membership

Holding a valid SSIP certificate means we have demonstrated our capability by meeting the SSIP ‘core criteria’. The key aim of the SSIP is to reduce the burden and cost of H&S across the construction industry and as part of this, our SMAS H&S certificate will be recognised by the other SSIP members who offer mutual recognition.


SafeContractor Scheme

Abbey & Lyndon are proud to be part of the The SafeContractor scheme who provide a health and safety audit service for contractors who want to reassure their clients that health and safety is being handled correctly and sufficiently on their sites.

With H&S placing an ever-increasing burden on organisations, it is vital to have a reliable system in place to assess the suitability of arrangements whilst we are on your premises.

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ISO 9001 Accreditation

Abbey & Lyndon Builders Ltd have recently achieved the ISO 9001 Certification, recognised worldwide as a demonstration of Quality. The Standard highlights that customer satisfaction is critical to success and that it is imperative for organisations to consistently deliver products and services in accordance with their customer’s needs if they want to maintain success in an ever changing marketplace.

Anni Rizvi, Consultant for QMS International, stated “Abbey & Lyndon were a delight to work with, they had an excellent system in place which meant that section eight, for operations, only needed minor adjustments to achieve full compliance. Any areas of non-conformity that were highlighted were addressed on the spot – with the majority of changes being finalised before the consultation was even complete”.

Of the benefits Abbey & Lyndon can expect to see following certification, Anni explained: “It is clear that their new Quality Management System will play an important role in helping them to increase process efficiency, while also helping them to establish stronger relationships with their staff – which could potentially lead to cost-savings. From a customer perspective, the changes they have made, and the focus on continual improvement, should help them to meet more of their customers’ needs and lead to higher levels of customer satisfaction.”