WELSH fabricator Dudley’s Aluminium has been awarded the Supply Chain Partner of the Year for Wales award at ISG’s Supply Chain Awards.
The annual event underlined the key role supply chain partners play in enabling ISG to achieve optimal operational efficiency, create excellent experiences for both employees and customers and drive change in the construction industry. The awards celebrate ISG’s partners and highlight their successes across a range of projects.
Dudley’s Aluminium was awarded the regional accolade in recognition of their work to date as a supply chain partner to ISG, including multiple state-of-the-art educational facilities in South Wales.
The fabricator recently teamed up with ISG to install curtain walling, windows, doors and other specialist products at Cardiff University’s Computer Science and Maths Building, The STEAM Academy at Bridgend College’s Pencoed campus, and Llancarfan Primary School and St David’s Church in Wales School in Colwinston, the first zero and low carbon schools in Wales.
Dudley’s Aluminium is currently working with ISG on The Interchange, a major multi-million-pound project which is part of the redevelopment of Cardiff’s Central Square. The innovative and modern build will feature a mixed use set of environments, housing the capital’s new bus and coach station as well as dynamic office and residential accommodation.
Neil Jones, Contracts Director at Dudley’s Aluminium, said: “We are delighted to have won the Supply Chain Partner of the Year for Wales award from ISG as we enjoy working with them on a number of projects.
“From design to procurement, production to installation, our whole team work extremely hard on every project and this award is a testament to their continued dedication.”