Through understanding the desired quality required for consultants and clients, we implement stringent processes and procedures to provide the highest quality.

Quality Management System

Prior to the initiation of the contract, appropriate quality procedures will be tailored to suit the project. Typically this will include the following:

Quality Certification

We will endeavour to ensure that the project will not be compromised by being forced to accept sub-standard work due to works being the best available, with no viable alternative. We believe that quality should be everyone’s aim throughout the organisation and that each employee should have a sound understanding of the importance of our management systems and their direct effect to our continuing success.

Quality plan

At the inception of the project we will produce a quality plan that identifies the responsibilities of the various S&T staff, both on and off site. This plan also identifies the procedures to be used to maintain contract quality. The senior project manager has ultimate responsibility for quality assurance standards and constantly improving the required standard of finish.

Method and timing of the works

We will closely examine the feasibility of the works, as designed and ensure that they are constructed to a sensible programme. We will examine all factors, i.e. are finished works required to be constructed at a point in time when conditions (e.g. humidity, temperature or lighting) are not suitable or conducive to high standards? We will advise and build around accordingly.


Good and long lasting quality construction can only come from us understanding the aspirations of the designers. To enable the proper quality to be achieved we will assist the designers to allow for factors such as availability of labour and materials. This will allow works to be carried out to programme without the excessive risk to their designs.

Our international quality certifications and accreditations affirm our high quality products and customer service

  • ISO 9001:2008: Quality Management system
  • ISO 14001:2007: Environment Management system
  • OHSAS 18001:2007: Occupational Health & Safety Management System
  • BM Trada International Scheme for Fire Doors
  • CHAS: Assessment Scheme for compliance with Health and Safety legislation
  • INTERTEK: Certificate for Manufacture of fire rated doors as per British & American standards
  • LEED Gold Certification for the Waterfront Project
  • FSC Certification: For manufacture and supply of sustainable products from joinery