Allied Consultant Engineering Achieves ISO 9001:2015 Certification

Allied Consultant Engineering has just announced its achievement of ISO 9001:2015 certification in its third year of operation.

This certification represents a key business milestone and further strengthens the company’s commitment to providing lasting quality structural engineering solutions to its customers.

The ISO 9001:2015 certification covers the provision of structural engineering services to the telecommunications, commercial, residential and industrial sectors – including structural analysis, structural design, statutory regulation compliance and research and development.

ISO 9001 is the world’s most widely recognised quality management standard and helps organisations to meet the expectations and needs of their customers. As part of the ISO 9001:2015 certification process, Allied Consultant Engineering engaged in a rigorous audit of its business processes as well as its service quality systems. The certification confirms the value the company places on superior quality, service, innovation, and reliability.

Roger Murphy, Founder and Director, said “Allied Consultant Engineering combines extensive international structural engineering expertise with strong academic and R&D capabilities through Trinity College Dublin. Our goal is to be smart, flexible and competitive in the telecommunications and commercial sectors both nationally and internationally. Commitment to quality underpins this goal. We will continue to strive to meet our customer’s high expectations and will remain focused on continuous improvement of our quality management systems”.

Dr. Breiffni Fitzgerald, Director, said “We look forward to the continued growth and expansion of the business in the coming years, with superior quality management at the heart of everything we do. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our existing customers and suppliers for their continued commitment and support.”

Photographed above: Mr. Roger Murphy (L) and Dr. Breiffni Fitzgerald (R) at Front Square, Trinity College, Dublin.