Testimonials of Our Clients

Ostin Paterson

As widely expected, Hackitt has declined to proscribe the use of flammable materials in cladding systems, despite widespread calls for her to do so. Her report instead says it is for the construction industry to 'respond to the [building regulations] by shaping detailed guidance to support the delivery of those outcomes.'

Anna Jonson

The final report by Dame Judith Hackitt, published this morning, recommends the creation of a new organisation, made up of Local Authority Building Control (LABC), Fire and Rescue Authorities (FRAs) and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), to oversee the approval and regulation of buildings higher than 10-storeys.

Jacson Mit

The A$11bn (?6.2bn) Metro Tunnel Project in Melbourne is set to see the creation of a second underground train route through the central business district and the creation of five new underground stations.

Mike Paterson

Changes to product testing, documentation requirements and points at which a building must be approved safe, could also all have big ramifications on industry.
Testimonials of Companies

Ostin Paterson

As widely expected, Hackitt has declined to proscribe the use of flammable materials in cladding systems, despite widespread calls for her to do so. Her report instead says it is for the construction industry to 'respond to the [building regulations] by shaping detailed guidance to support the delivery of those outcomes.'

Anna Jonson

The final report by Dame Judith Hackitt, published this morning, recommends the creation of a new organisation, made up of Local Authority Building Control (LABC), Fire and Rescue Authorities (FRAs) and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), to oversee the approval and regulation of buildings higher than 10-storeys.

Jacson Mit

The A$11bn (?6.2bn) Metro Tunnel Project in Melbourne is set to see the creation of a second underground train route through the central business district and the creation of five new underground stations.

Mike Paterson

Changes to product testing, documentation requirements and points at which a building must be approved safe, could also all have big ramifications on industry.
Testimonials of Our Staff

Ostin Paterson

As widely expected, Hackitt has declined to proscribe the use of flammable materials in cladding systems, despite widespread calls for her to do so. Her report instead says it is for the construction industry to 'respond to the [building regulations] by shaping detailed guidance to support the delivery of those outcomes.'

Anna Jonson

The final report by Dame Judith Hackitt, published this morning, recommends the creation of a new organisation, made up of Local Authority Building Control (LABC), Fire and Rescue Authorities (FRAs) and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), to oversee the approval and regulation of buildings higher than 10-storeys.

Jacson Mit

The A$11bn (?6.2bn) Metro Tunnel Project in Melbourne is set to see the creation of a second underground train route through the central business district and the creation of five new underground stations.

Mike Paterson

Changes to product testing, documentation requirements and points at which a building must be approved safe, could also all have big ramifications on industry.