TMAK Construction prides itself on ensuring every project, irrelevant of size, is always completed to the highest quality.
TMAK has a team of experienced project managers who will provide expert project management from prestart to handover and ensure the client is kept informed throughout. This ensures the project is delivered on time, to the client’s expectations.
Whether it is a domestic extension or a new build petrol station each project is completed to the highest standards.
Health & Safety
All our sites are managed to the highest health and safety standards with all site managers trained to Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) level with operatives holding Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) cards. We have our own in-house Health and Safety Manager, James Ray (NEBOSH), who regularly conducts audits on all our sites to ensure all works are being carried out in accordance with the latest legislation.
Environmental Protection & Control
TMAK Construction has a policy to comply with the Environmental Protection Act 1990, other associated statutory legislation and Approved Codes of Practice (ACOP). This applies to all those who are employed within the company or who are protected by its undertakings. Employees are asked to co-operate in the operation of this policy and make a positive contribution to environmental protection by making themselves aware of the firm’s environmental policy and complying with the control measures in place. This may include compliance with the requirements of a Site Waste Management Plan where relevant. The policy is on display on the Company Main H&S notice board and is also available to interested parties on request.
TMAK Construction Environmental Commitment
– Ensure that waste management is performed in accordance with all waste legislative requirements, including the duty of care, and to plan for future legislative changes and to mitigate their effects.
– Minimise waste generation at source and facilitate repair, reuse and recycling over the disposal of wastes, where it is cost effective.
– To coordinate each activity within the waste management chain.
– Promote environmental awareness in order to increase and encourage waste minimisation, reuse and recycling.
– Ensure the safe handling and storage of wastes on site.
– Provide appropriate training for staff, on waste management issues.
– Where the site waste is the responsibility of the principal contractor the company will cooperate with the site rules as applicable.