Established in 2008, Darlow Lloyd Construction Ltd (DLC) is a civil engineering and construction company operating from Bridgend, South Wales.
DLC serves a vast range of businesses throughout Cardiff and the surrounding areas and reports a turnover of more than £6.5 million.
DLC specialise in a range of works, from civil engineering and building refurbishment to maintenance works and Design and Build services. To date, DLC has successfully completed a number of Design and Build schemes in South Wales, all of which have added value to a clients’ projects. DLC also has a dedicated team who work specifically in heavy industrial environments.
A spokesperson for Darlow Lloyd Construction, said:
“At Darlow Lloyd Construction we constantly strive to deliver the following: we maintain a fully trained and highly skilled in-house workforce to ensure construction projects are delivered to a high standard, on time and on budget; and provide practical solutions to our client’s complex engineering requirements delivered through application of our processes and the skills and enthusiasm of our team and strong supply chain partners.
“We adopt a professional, flexible, open and honest approach to our client’s needs that cultivates long-term relationships which ensures DLC’s sustainability; and we utilise innovation, project management skills and value engineering within our projects to ensure continued success for our clients and our company.
“We promote from within our organisation to provide sustainable workforce which organically grows as the company does. We feel that this methodology is key to our company’s future as it rewards our individuals who are loyal and very driven.”
In addition, DLC form long term working relationships with their clients, which continue to demonstrate great working ethics, trust and high standards. The company offers a comprehensive service in its operations and all members of staff are fully trained, holding valid Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) cards.
Over the past six years DLC have worked on a range of projects, from the formation of a biodiversity area and relocation of an existing nesting colony of Sands Martin in 2009 to the demolition of redundant concrete wharf walls and high line bunkers in 2012. Last year DLC achieved accreditation for The Contractors Health & Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS), demonstrating the company’s commitment to improving health and safety.
A spokesperson for DLC, said:
“Being CHAS accredited means that we have achieved nationally recognised benchmarks of acceptable health and safety standards as both contractor and principle contractor. It is a reflection of the importance the management team at DLC places on health, safety and the wellbeing of all our employees.”
In addition to its accreditations and services to clients, DLC has an ongoing commitment to the economic, environmental and social wellbeing of the general communities in which it operates. DLC strives to deliver projects responsibly, while managing the social and environmental impacts of its business.
The company also employs a local workforce, operating under equal opportunities conditions, and works towards long term training. As such, DLC is associated with a number of national schemes, including Investors in People, Workways and Redundancy Action Scheme (React) II.
For more information about Darlow Lloyd Construction, please visit: www.darlowlloydconstruction.co.uk.