Technical Display Consortium Ltd joins Constructionline

11th September 2014

TDC from Sheffield has been certified as a pre-qualified supplier by Constructionline, the UK's largest pre-qualification certification scheme, owned by the government.

To become a certified member TDC had to demonstrate that they meet Constructionline's rigorous pre-qualification (PQQ) criteria. Constructionline collect and assesses a wide range of information during the certification process, from professional conduct, financial information, proof of insurances, previous experience and references. This process re-assures buyers, from both public and private sector organisations that they are pre-qualified in line with government and industry standards. The certification also allows suppliers to fast-track the pre-qualification process for Constructionline buyers so they need only provide project-specific data. Michael Hackett, Managing Director from TDC said: -Joining Constructionline is a welcome endorsement of the professional service we aim to deliver our clients. We are already saving a considerable amount of time and money by not having to repeatedly fill out PQQ forms, which means we can spend more time on doing our day job. Reducing the burden of pre-qualification (PQQ) in the construction industry is Constructionline's top priority. The scheme works with over 8,000 buyers and 22,000 suppliers to promote better buying practices and to remove PQQ duplication in order to save buyers and suppliers time and money. To become a certified members visit

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