We are always happy to come to your site to undertake a free survey and give our best advice on how to achieve your aims, even before you have made your final decision. At this meeting we can take you step by step through the assembly process as well as asses the assembly area and features of the site.
Any work we do will be in line with our method statements and risk assessments, and we supply a full contractor’s assembly pack of safety documents before the work begins. We use our own team of assembly supervisor and fitters, many of whom have worked with us for more than five years, and we ensure we communicate your site safety requirements to them as well as our own.
We supply all the plant that is needed for the work and all we ask of you is to supply the required space to build, access to power and washroom facilities, and a company representative to be on hand to approve the final siting of the building and associated paperwork.
All projects are different, depending on size of building, constraints of the assembly site, extremes of weather etc. We like to work quickly and efficiently but at above all safely. Assembly would typically take two to three days for a basic storage structure of about 16.00 × 30.00 metres.
You can be reassured that all of our assembly team are appropriately qualified and trained, from the trainee fitters to the directors. As a minimum our supervisors must hold the Site Management Safety Training Scheme for construction and civil engineering industries qualification plus telehandler and forklift certificates, and all fitters must hold IPAF certificates for MEWPs work, as well as attending our own in-house safety training sessions.