Why we adopt uncompromising approach to standards, by Ellis

Group Managing Director of Still Earth Limited, Anthony Ellis, has explained that the company adopts principled and uncompromising approach to professional and value standards as well as quality assurance processes to endear it to clients and make it a market leader.
Group Managing Director of Still Earth Limited, Anthony Ellis

Group Managing Director of Still Earth Limited, Anthony Ellis

Group Managing Director of Still Earth Limited, Anthony Ellis, has explained that the company adopts principled and uncompromising approach to professional and value standards as well as quality assurance processes to endear it to clients and make it a market leader.
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Speaking to newsmen in Lagos, at the weekend, after Still Earth received at BusinessDay’s Nigerian Business Leadership Awards (NBLA), Ellis said the company prioritises standardisation and corporate governance as its unique selling points.

“Still Earth endeavours to be the market leader and preferred general contractor, widely recognised for superior construction expertise. This is the reason we, as a company, have adopted principled and uncompromising approach to our professional and value standards as well as quality assurance processes that ensure that we consistently produce reliable products that meet the specifications of all our projects,” Ellis stated.

Still Earth Limited won Award of Excellence and Recognition for “outstanding and visible performance” in the Nigerian construction industry in NBLA, which held in Lagos recently.

The NBLA, according to BusinessDay, has established itself as the most prestigious, desirable and credible award system in the real sector of the economy. It recognises remarkable business leaders and organisations in Nigeria for their sustained commitment to excellence in enterprise.
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Publisher of BusinessDay Media Limited, Frank Aigbogun, said: “The awards honour private sector leaders, who have significant contribution to the Nigerian economy; shaped the Nigerian economy through major strides in home-grown innovation and the opening of new vista of opportunity; demonstrated visionary capacity and nationalism through their investments, thereby pushing Nigeria’s rise in global competitiveness rankings.”

Aigbogun explained that the vetting criteria was based on a balanced scorecard that assigned weighted scores to leadership, innovation, market share, process improvement, financial performance, employee job satisfaction, social and environmental focus, and compliance with extant regulatory requirements.
 
Project Manager of Still Earth Limited, Oladimeji Oseni, who received the award on behalf of the company, thanked the organisers for finding the company worthy for recognition and promised that the company will continue to live up to its calling in all its operations.
 
“It is a great honour to be found worthy for the Award of Excellence and Recognition for outstanding and visible performance in the Nigerian construction industry by such a coveted award platform as the BusinessDay’s NBLA.
 
“The honour has both a gratifying value for the efforts we put in ensuring that our processes meet international standards and a motivational value to inspire us to keep our standards high as they should be,” he said.
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