Maxiflow have once again received a commendation from the Considerate Constructors Scheme!
The Scheme aims to improve the image of the construction industry by holding its members to a high standard of practice. Regular audits, inspections and reports help ensure that standards are upheld.
Our most recent site visit was held earlier this week, at a project on Chester’s historic St. Werburgh Street.
The job requirements included slate roof repair, damp proofing, gutter clearance and decorative works. This diverse mix of repairs and improvements incorporated team members from across Maxiflow’s different divisions, making the job an ideal candidate to showcase our range of services.
The visitation from the Considerate Constructors Scheme representative was carried out smoothly, with a very complimentary report arriving shortly after.
A few brief excerpts from the report are below:
[Site foreman] Barry personally introduced himself to the neighbouring business & explained the works; particular attention has been paid to communications with the adjacent Living Room bar & restaurant as the scaffolding crosses the entrance door & carries over the single storey entrance hallway.
No complaints received, most comments are favourable & relate to neighbours being pleased that the >
This is a high profile scheme in a popular area of historic Chester & the high esteem which the company is held in is demonstrated by the willingness of the Cathedral as a regular Client to allow the company vehicles to use the private Cathedral car park.
We would like to thank the Considerate Constructors Scheme for their time and appreciate the careful reporting that they have undertaken.