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Business Profile – Redlough Landscapes – Now Hiring a Contracts Manager

About Redlough Landscapes:
Established in 1985 Redlough Landscapes provides the full range of Landscaping and green skill services both to the Commercial & private client. Over the last 25 years, we have built up a strong client base and a reputation for high-quality work, delivering results to the customer’s satisfaction. We specialize in providing client-focused solutions in  design, installation, grounds maintenance, commercial development, and planting.

Redlough employs in excess of 40 full-time employees which includes a full management team. All management and supervisors are horticulturally qualified with over 100 years of experience between us.

As a company, we are committed to continuous improvement in all aspects of our business to give our clients the best service possible.

News:
Redlough Landscapes recently collected their ISO9001 Certification at the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) in Dublin. ISO 9001 is an internationally recognised quality standard. It is the world’s leading quality management standard and has been implemented by over one million organisations in over 170 countries globally.

Being one of very few landscape contractors to achieve ISO9001 certification in Ireland, Redlough Landscapes have placed themselves in the position to better serve the needs of their customers and to foster a culture of continuous improvement across all operations.

In recognition of this awarding Maurice Buckley of the NSAI stated;

Redlough have invested in standards because they can see the return on investment and are seeing the benefits. Standards can open up doors to new opportunities for business. In addition to this, standards in a business create greater staff satisfaction, pride in the organisation, and staff retention.

 
Photographed are (L-R) Aaron Redmond, Redlough Landscapes. Tracey Hanlon, Administrator, Redlough Landscapes. Maurice Buckley, CEO, NSAI.

Currently Hiring a Contracts Manager.

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