Three Sixty’s construction team has secured a contract with Rochdale Council to complete fire safety upgrades on its behalf in primary schools across the borough.
The new contracts for Three Sixty help realise the company’s mission of obtaining more contracts in the educational sector, following on from recent successes working on school projects across Stockport.
Three Sixty has also become a member of the School Supplies Service, in an effort to help achieve its goal.
Fire safety commitment
Three Sixty is a limited company subsumed under Stockport Homes Group – but in its own right is a multi-million pound construction and property management company that donates half of its profits to social causes across Greater Manchester.
Three Sixty has also recently obtained its own fire safety accreditations, by becoming a member of the BM TRADA Q-Mark Fire Door Installation scheme.
The scheme has been designed to provide reassurance to specifiers, contractors, and end users that the product they have chosen has been installed correctly and should perform as intended.
Chair of Three Sixty David Wright said: “We are glad that Stockport residents have reacted positively to the group’s campaign and to Three Sixty’s work with FRAS doors in the borough, which has been on going for two years.
“As an expert in fire safety and educational construction works, we are pleased Three Sixty has won new work for Rochdale Council, and we have plans to continue our work in this sector throughout 2021.”
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