Our team has experience working in a range of environments, including local authority sites, commercial properties, and historic buildings. Focusing on design, site assessments, remediation, demolition, and construction phases, our team provides expert advice to ensure compliance with CDM 2015 regulations.
Through our experience, skills and knowledge you can be confident that our Consultants are competent to deliver the required services to the highest quality and safety standards. Not only are we specialists with regards to providing advice on CDM regulations, but our consultants have individual multi-disciplinary experience and knowledge, covering aspects which may need to be addressed during your project.
National coverage and a large workforce is in some cases essential to delivering these types of projects, and demonstrating the competence of both the company, and the individuals working for us. We provide national coverage to clients across the UK, with 12 offices located throughout England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Each of our Consultants holds specialist expertise in a range of risk management fields, CDM, FM and buildings, land remediation, asbestos and hazardous materials etc. Our Consultants hold CMIOSH, PRINCE2, NEBOSH, IEMA and OSHCR qualifications which provides assurance of technical capability. Additionally we train our team in NEC4, JCT, RIBA models, ensuring knowledge of project stages and requirements.
All works are delivered under our BSI accredited integrated management system (ISO 9001, OHSAS 18001 and ISO 14001) providing assurance of quality control from internal and external audit processes.
Our vast accreditations, memberships, certifications and framework agreements give assurance to our clients that the services we deliver are trusted by multiple clients within the central & local government sector.
Our online, cloud-based asbestos and compliance management software NexGen provides real-time reporting and analysis results can be provided to main contractors, clients and other members of their supply chain allowing immediate decisions to be made, reducing downtime, and enabling other trades to proceed with their works.