BS Architects successfully migrates to new ISO standard

Burtenshaw Scoufis have successfully migrated to the new international standard for Quality Management ISO-9001:2015 and now a certified Quality Management System for the provision of architectural services.

BSI Global were engaged for the migration process and we retain a high opinion of their expertise in this demanding field. David Lysons, a certifier from that company, has impeccable credentials and we can recommend him for that role.

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