Sound contract management, attention to detail and a high-quality finish can all be expected when you work with CRC.
Working with CRC
We can get involved at any stage of your project - whether this is concept design, construction or ongoing maintenance. For mountain bike trails and footpaths, we can also provide in-house design services.
From initial query to project completion, we want you to have a hassle-free experience with no surprises.
Taking a measured and managed approach, we ensure that you understand the budget, timescales and contingencies involved in your project, and we provide you with project plan updates throughout so that we're always on the same page.
Responding to your initial query will often include gathering more information about your proposed project. Once we have the details we need, we'll arrange a site meeting to discuss your ideas in situ and apply our breadth of knowledge in multiple sectors to identify any risks or constraints.
With the scope of work established, you'll receive a comprehensive quote for the job and a method statement (where appropriate). Upon agreement, construction will commence according to the plan.
Your assigned CRC Project Manager will ensure the project is delivered within the agreed timeframes and budget, and that you are kept updated on progress every step of the way.
Toward the end of the project, we'll invite you to participate in a works inspection meeting to run over any elements of the project that need to be rectified. And even once we've left the site, you'll have a defects guarantee for an agreed period.
Health and Safety
Safety is embedded in our company culture and is the top priority for any job we undertake.
We regularly work as a main contractor under CDM regulations, and all CRC personnel are made aware of their duties under the HSE and CDM through training, construction site inductions and briefings concerning their role on any given project.
All staff also receive relevant health & safety training from a third-party consultant.
How can we support your next project?