Director Andrew Patterson achieves further NACE accreditation

Paint Inspection Ltd are pleased to announce that our Director, Andrew Patterson, has achieved accreditation from the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) as a Senior Corrosion Technologist; one of the highest distinctions awarded by the NACE.

The certification covers all facets of corrosion,  combining technical training with technical experience to ensure the highest level of academic and practical knowledge over multiple areas of corrosion and its control.

We’re all very proud of Andrew for the hard work he has been required to undertake in order to gain this accreditation. It also demonstrates our dedication to ensuring the highest levels of on-the-job knowledge and ability at all levels of the organisation.

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Paint Inspection Earn Further MICorr & NACE Accreditations

We are pleased to announce that our Director Ian Patterson (ICorr level 3) has been awarded Professional Membership (MICorr) of the Institute of Corrosion.

Our Director Andrew Patterson has also just completed his NACE Pier Review and now a NACE Level 3.

Well done to both, who continue to lead from the front.

Is Britain really a nation of builders? (INFOGRAPHIC)

At the most recent Conservative Party conference in Manchester, George Osborne used his speech to boast “we are the builders”. But does his claim stand up to scrutiny? The statistics on infrastructure spending doesn’t seem to back up the assertion. After cuts at the beginning of the decade, spending on infrastructure has crept up, but arguably still has a way to go before it is catching up with the international average.

Infrastructure has been identified by both government and business as badly needing investment over the coming decades.

Whether it’s the regeneration of Britain’s roads, new high speed rail links linking London to the North, or indeed ensuring that every region of the UK has access to the Usave high speed broadband, infrastructure potentially holds the key to providing hundreds of new jobs and unlocking access to new markets.

How infrastructure spending drives growth in the UK (1)

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