Bolton-based Seddon Construction has been appointed by Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce – the UK’s largest Chamber of Commerce - to its low-carbon supply and fit framework.
Through the four-year framework, Seddon will be approved to supply and install ‘green technology’ for the Greater Manchester Chamber’s 5,000 members. This will include rainwater harvesting systems, heat pumps and exchangers, biomass boilers and wind turbines as well as other low-carbon, energy-efficient building products and systems. The framework will enable members to draw on the technical expertise of experienced service providers and get maximum benefit from low-carbon incentive schemes such as the Green Deal.
"Environmentally-friendly, low-carbon working is a key part of our business strategy and we fully share the Chamber’s commitment to sustainable development,” says Seddon Construction managing director Jonathan Seddon. "We are delighted to have the opportunity to use our expertise in delivering low-carbon, energy-efficient technology to help local businesses through this important framework appointment.”
Part of the Seddon Group, Seddon Construction has a turnover of more than £150 million and employs over 1,000 people. The company provides the full range of construction services, specialising in new-build, refurbishment, development and sustainable energy.
The Seddon Group is a family-owned company specialising in construction, painting and maintenance and housebuilding, with a national turnover of over £250 million.