1. Social Progress
We will actively seek to engage with members of the
local community for the duration of any project. We
will endeavour to keep residents fully informed of
works, which will affect their homes and impact their
We will make sure that as many people as possible
have a say in the proposals, and will carry out
all works with positive consideration to traders,
businesses, pedestrians, shoppers and the general
We will conduct regular consultations regarding site
activity from pre-contract to completion.
Special attention is given to the needs of those with
sight, hearing, and mobility difficulties.
Engaging Local Labour
We support the use of local labour wherever
feasible, and the training of people for the
construction industry. Our aim is to help improve
local communities, address skills shortages within
our industry and most importantly, give local people
access to meaningful employment.
Local Training Initiatives
We endeavour to provide the opportunity of practical
training for people who wish to pursue a career in
We actively seek to get involved with a variety of
community projects. This can be via residents or
neighbourhood organisations or more direct contact
with local voluntary and charitable organisations. Our
contribution can take a variety of forms, from money
and resources, to time and expertise.
2. Effective Protection of the Environment
During Project Delivery
We are 100% committed to protecting the
environment, across every aspect of the construction
process. Noise pollution is kept to a minimum and
full consideration is given in the selection and use of
local resources wherever possible.
We pay particular attention to waste management,
the avoidance of pollution, the recycling of surplus
materials, the avoidance of noise and the protection
of trees, vegetation and wildlife.
Our sites are kept clean at all times, surplus materials
are not allowed to accumulate or spill out into the
An integral part of our involvement in any project
is to actively investigate sustainable construction
As sustainability and the ecological impact of
construction, in particular infrastructure projects,
become of greater concern, we have embraced the
principles of sustainability, and endeavoured to put
its principles into practice across all of our activity
3. Prudent Use of Natural Resources
Environmental protection forms an integral part of
planning and procurement methods in undertaking
construction and infrastructure projects.
We endeavour to continuously minimise the
environmental damage of our works by actively
selecting working methods and materials that
asses the use of natural resources and the potential
Along with recycling all waste hardcore materials,
we actively utilise environmentally friendly building
and finishing materials and only use timber products
sourced from sustainable forests.
Maintenance of Economic Growth and
We are committed to the principles of best value, the
benefits of which contribute to the overall growth of
the economy and the increase in opportunities within
the construction industry.
We recognise the importance, and are committed
to inward investment and the promotion of careers
in the construction industry. We support the use of
local labour and training of an experienced workforce
for the construction industry.