“We continue to support SBD with the great work they do against fighting crime in the UK” - Frame Fast (UK) renews with Secured by Design
Derbyshire’s Frame Fast (UK) is one of the latest companies to renew their membership with Secured by Design (SBD), the national police crime prevention initiative.
Award-winning Frame Fast is the region’s largest trade fabricator of PVCu and aluminium windows, doors, conservatories, conservatory roofs and composite doors.
Frame Fast has celebrated a series of business successes since it was set up in 1997, and continues to lead the market thanks to its state of the art, specially-designed production facility on Ascot Drive, Derby.
With high-quality manufacturing, Frame Fast provides house builders, installers, architects and developers with the very best products and advice. You can find out more about their range of SBD accredited products here: https://www.securedbydesign.com/member-companies/sbd-members?view=companydetail&sbdoldcompanyid=180
Frame Fast scored a double win at the East Midlands Chamber Derbyshire Business Awards 2018. As well as being crowned Manufacturer of the Year for a second year in a row, the company’s founder and director, Paul Brighouse, won the Entrepreneur of the Year award.
Nigel Leivers Director at Frame Fast said: “We work hard to keep our company at the top of the industry with security and manufacturing standards, this has helped us towards winning the chamber of commerce, Manufacturer of the Year 2 years running, judged by the world renowned Rolls Royce PLC.
“We have been producing high standards of security for more than a decade. Therefore we have been very successful in the new build housing and commercial markets, and why we continue to support SBD with the great work they do against fighting crime in the UK”.
SBD Development Officer Alfie Hosker said: "It is great news that Frame Fast UK have again renewed their SBD membership, continuing our association to well over a decade. I look forward to continuing our excellent relationship for the next 3 years".