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Family contractor Cuzons Electrical Services Ltd has become a success in its eight-year history because of the personal recommendations of clients, contract and project managers.
The firm works mainly in the commercial and industrial sectors and has landed some prestigious contracts.
These include Building Schools for the Future projects in Gravesham.
They put in the complete electrical installation at Northfleet Technology College in Colyer Road when the school was rebuilt and helped with the electrical installation at St John’s school, Gravesend, at the same time.
The company was also involved in the upgrade of security systems at National Grid sites throughout the country.
Adopting a policy of appointing locally based sub-contractors, managing director Mark Holden said the firm was very close knit.
Working alongside fellow director Tony Love, Mr Holden said: “The key to our good customer relations is down to efficiency and willingness to complete projects for the benefit of all our clients.
“Our ethos is to work with them and 90 per cent of our workforce is from the Gravesham area and will go the extra mile to achieve success.
“We have managed to build a successful company through some tough economic times while maintaining a meticulous standard of work and a reputation that we are proud of.
“Our belief of doing things correctly and not to cut corners runs throughout our company, from the operatives on site to the administrative staff in the office.”
The company was based in St Hilda’s Way, Gravesend, but not long ago moved to The Old Rectory Business Centre in Springhead Road, Northfleet.
Cuzons Electrical Services is one of the entrants in this year’s Dartford and Gravesham Business Awards, which are supported by the Messenger. Each entrant gets a free profile in our newspaper and online.
This year’s award sponsors are Dartford council, Gravesham council, Barnes Roffe, Kent Business School (University of Kent), the KM Group (Dartford Messenger and Gravesend Messenger), Lloyds Bank, Thomson Snell & Passmore, and the University of Greenwich.
Entrants must have their main place of business in the Dartford or Gravesham council areas and have been trading for at least a year on the date of entry.
Entry deadline is July 31, 2014.
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