Quality Management

Quality is of paramount importance to all team members at Noel Conway Construction. We are continually evaluating and improving the level of service we offer our clients to ensure the reputation for quality on which we pride ourselves is maintained and grown. We are committed to providing projects that are not just fit for-purpose, but which exceed expectation in terms of quality of build and functionality. Our reputation for both the quality of our project management and finished projects is achieved through our proven Quality Management System. Our Quality system is an integral part of our company’s management activity and is implemented through a comprehensive set of procedures and controls.

Noel Conway Construction promises to ensure the client of deadlines being met, costings and budgets agreed and achieved and a first-time right approach to all works. This not only applies to direct Noel Conway Construction personnel but also to any sub-contractors engaged by ourselves.

Our management structure and the responsibility of all our employees is explained in detail in our Management Manual. Our Quality system is an integral part of our existing management process which sets the high standards of co-operation required by all members of staff to ensure that the quality of service we provide to our clients is second to none. The purpose of such a Quality system is to “get it right first time every time”. Our Directors and staff are committed to driving this process actively to give our clients the satisfaction of knowing that we will deliver exactly what we promise.

Health Safety & Welfare

Noel Conway Construction management and staff are totally committed to the implementation and continuous improvement of the Integrated Management Systems governing our Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality Codes of Practice.

These systems are living documents that are continually reviewed and improved in line with industry best practice. First and foremost, the guarantee of the health and safety of our employees and of all those effected by our construction operations is an absolute prerequisite to conducting any work at any time. We have developed our systems and procedures over many years based on these ethics. Because of this approach and investment, we have achieved no accidents on any projects to date.

Our Safety Management System currently complies with the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018, of which Noel Conway Construction are currently in the process of application for

Implementation of our environmental policy is strongly supported by Directors and through the empowerment foremen and all our employees. We are proud of our management systems, which have been developed and constantly improved on for over close to 20 years.

Environmental Management

At Noel Conway Construction we contribute to our environments and develop structures which will stand to us through the test of time going forward.

We recognise the importance of utilising the most modern and most sustainable materials within the construction process. We are proud to have built and fitted out quite a number of large-scale projects which have broken new grounds in terms of sustainable materials and innovative construction techniques and designs.

Noel Conway Construction continuously strives to perform to sustainable best practice in construction in our mission to lesson our impact on our environment. The area of the provision of more and more sustainable and renewable buildings is constantly evolving and changing and we are operating in a very exciting and dynamic times.

Noel Conway Construction continue to innovate with every project every day, and rigorously apply our Environmental Management Systems to achieve this.

We source our materials responsibly, we audit our supply chain to ensure compliance with our systems and procedures whilst continuously checking our chain of custody certification etc. This investment in suppliers and materials selection allow us to give the required high performance in use that specifications demand but with a reduced environmental footprint.