Blackpool building preservation specialists pass the 30 year mark

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A Blackpool-based specialist in building preservation, basement and structural waterproofing, has reached a significant milestone.

Staff at RTC are celebrating the company’s 30th anniversary.

It was founded company partners Andrew Bradshaw and Jamie Willacy in 1990, with a vision of building a company a cut above the rest.

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It started as a two-man band with an office in a back bedroom of a house, but has now become a long-standing award-winning company.

Blackpool-based RTC is marking 30 years in businessBlackpool-based RTC is marking 30 years in business
Blackpool-based RTC is marking 30 years in business

The company, which employs 16, has recently moved to a purpose-built Head Office on Palmer Avenue, with offices and warehouse space, and a designated training room.

Mr Bradshaw said he’s extremely proud that the company has reached such a significant milestone.

He said: “Our strategy has always been to offer the best possible service, and we have always wanted to push the boundaries. Our commitment to quality, competence and service has enabled us to stay at the forefront of the industry and surpass even our own expectations”.

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“The last 30 years have been a challenge and to reach this stage has not been by any means easy. But we’ve always believed in what we’re doing and what we’re trying to achieve and have been quite single-minded in that approach.”

He said the company’s investment in staff and training had been a vitally important ingredient in their success.

He added: “Training and qualifications are the backbone of any successful company and we’ve been very keen to encourage the development of our workforce and that has paid enormous dividends.

“We have a great team here and that has helped immensely, as doing the job right and making sure our customers and staff are happy has always been the most important thing to us.

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“Consumers are ever more conscious about getting value for money, and our commitment to customer care really does set us apart from our competitors.”

Andrew Bradshaw to become the national chairman for the Property Care Association, the preservation industries only governing body.

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