North Construction & Building Received 4.0 Gold Star iCIRT Rating

North Construction & Building has further cemented its reputation of being a trusted building partner by receiving a 4.0 Gold Star rating under the new independent Construction Industry Rating Tool, iCIRT.

The rating tool, created by Equifax in close consultation with the public and private sector, pulls together thousands of data points to understand the character, capability, capital, conduct and other vital aspects of building professionals and their projects.

North celebrates 35 years of operation this year. “As a long-time player in the construction landscape, we have worked hard to build confidence back into our industry,” said Matthew Cook, North Managing Director. “We are proud to be one of the very first commercial focused construction companies to be given a 4.0 Gold Star rating and listed on the iCIRT register.”

Undergoing this independent, rigorous review process and receiving this outcome confirms that North has a proven track record of quality and integrity, fundamentally bolstering their reputation of building with trust.

For more information about North’s iCIRT rating, head to their public information profile.

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