Plastic Surgeon featured in the Parliamentary Review

24th October 2019
Parlimentary Review Construction

We’re delighted to reveal that Plastic Surgeon has featured in the latest edition of The Parliamentary Review, which focuses on the Construction and Engineering industries.

The Parliamentary Review is a prestigious publication, taking specific areas of governmental policy such as finance, healthcare, transport, education, energy and so on, and offering guidance and advice on best practice from leading figures in their respective industry, with each edition focusing on one sector at a time.

Once compiled and published, The Parliamentary Review is circulated amongst 500,000 policymakers and business leaders throughout the UK, helping to put contributors at the forefront of their particular sectors.

With this edition putting the spotlight on construction, Rob Mouser, one of our directors at Plastic Surgeon, was asked to submit an article for the Review, detailing how, as a business, we’ve evolved and adapted over the years; transforming from a fairly narrow service to one encompassing a diverse array of sectors and delivering pioneering cosmetic repair techniques.

Across a three-page article, Rob highlights our dedication to training our expert finishers, which includes our specialist NVQ in repair – developed in-house and a market leading endeavour – while also touching on our green outlook and emphasis on sustainability through our ‘repair first’ approach, which prevents thousands of tonnes of waste from heading to landfill.

We’re delighted that we were asked to contribute and are pleased that the Review looks to shine a light on repair. Once regarded as a somewhat niche area, repair is an ever growing and ever more important component of the wider construction industry. With increasing emphasis on sustainability, repair is now an integral part of all major construction projects and it’s something, as a business, we’re proud to spearhead.

You can read the full article in the online version of The Parliamentary Review, which can be found across pages 48-50, here:

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