Over a third of all major injuries reported each year are caused by a slip or trip at work. In the construction industry, that means several thousand workers suffer injuries every year, around a thousand of which involve fractured bones or dislocated joints. While some injuries are minor, those which are more serious can result…

The UK construction industry has come a long way with its recycling/ reuse practices but, due to the overproduction and inefficient use of some materials, the sector is still one of the biggest contributors to waste. Along with the environmental impact this has (i.e. adding to landfill), waste has clear financial implications for any company…

The physical and mental health of our team is always important to us. That’s why, since World Mental Health day last year, we’ve occasionally used this blog to publish a series of quick tips and advice around mental health and wellbeing. By no means are we experts in this field, so we’ve taken inspiration from…

As a business that’s been operating within the construction sector for nearly 15 years and undergone considerable growth over the past 4 years, we’re proud to say that our team consists of people who are knowledgeable, highly skilled and experienced about their trade and/or role. The question we’re asking today, however, is whether that knowledge…

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