Corporate Social Responsibility
Corporate social responsibility is included in each project we complete. The goal of this stance is embracing each action we complete, making sure we leave a positive impact not only on the environment, but employees, consumers, communities and stakeholders.
We live by this promise both during the project, and in post project customer care such as:
- On going maintenance can be arranged for plant and equipment that has been installed
- Snagging items to be carried out in a timely manner
- Post move support service to assist in clearing the working area as soon as possible following relocation
- Prepare and submit operating and maintenance manuals upon project completion – where applicable
- Prepare and submit health and safety files upon project completion – where applicable
Another area in which we fulfill this responsibility is recycling any office supplies such as desks, chairs, bookshelves, fixtures that we donate to a worthy cause. We’ve found that in an office refurbishment that much of the products being discarded by the company can be reused. We make sure they are safe and viable for reuse before donating them.
RED NOSE DAY
Wilmcote runner, Simon Beacham, completed the annual Snowdonia Marathon, 26.3 miles around the Snowdon summit, on Saturday 27th October.
The usual autumn weather of sunshine and heavy rain didn’t deter his efforts to complete the grueling mountainous run in 3 hours and 43 minutes.
Simon was running on behalf of FSID (The Foundation for the Study of Infant Death), a charity close to his heart due to the loss of 3-month-old Charlie, the son of work associate Richard Edy.
“Running for such a worthy and emotive cause keeps me focused not only when training, but also during the run, it makes me all the more determined to do my best”
Richard said, “The fact that someone was willing to put themselves through such a grueling run on behalf of my son is fantastic, and I cannot thank Simon enough for his hard work.”
“The more we can get the Foundation into peoples minds the more we can raise money to help find a reason this happens, and then Charlie’s death won’t have been in vain”