Acacia Facilities Management are delighted to celebrate their win at the ‘Fingal Business Excellence & Corporate Responsibility Awards 2013’.
Acacia won the ‘Best Business Practice Excellence Award’ which recognises the development and implementation of excellent business practices in customer service, business development and management processes. The Awards were hosted by RTE’s Marty Whelan with over 450 people from throughout the Fingal Region celebrating Business Excellence at the Gala evening on Friday 15th November 2013.
Comments on Acacia: “Judges were very impressed with the focus on developing the business and the very comprehensive systems in place to ensure that service quality exceeds expectation. Practices are constantly reviewed to make sure that clients’ needs are always paramount”.
A big thank you to all of our Staff and Clients who made this award possible.
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