Working closely with a variety of main contractors, developers and architects across the UK, we have developed and installed a wide range of schemes that have not only been functional but have also complimented the surrounding landscape.
The services we offer include:
- Soft Landscaping
- Hard Landscaping
- Project Management
- Building works
- Minor Civils
- Specialist fencing
- National Coverage
- Working with:
- Retail Parks and Superstores
- Business Parks
- Government Facilities
- Sports Grounds
All of our suppliers meet our stringent quality and environmental standards, and we only use top soils and sub soils that meet British Standard specifications.
Our staff are all CSCS certified, and our robust QHSE systems and certified by ASC to ISO Standards ensures that we comply with CDM regulations.
Confidence in Our Competence
Our consultative and collaborative approach enables us to develop strong relationships with our clients no matter the project size or complexity. We will work with you to deliver a landscape project that meets your aspirations and budget.
For a landscape project that will enhance your investment for years to come and provide inspirational scenery for your staff, clients and visitors, look to us.
City FM/Asda ‘Refresh’ Programme
As City FM’s preferred landscape service partner, we have successfully delivered over £2m worth of landscape ‘refresh’ work for Asda in the last year. The scope of work has included; brick and block work, paving, shrub planting, topsoil preparation and placement, turf laying, tree installation and associated tree surgery. Ownership, effective cost control and good project management are the keys to success in these projects and our collaborative approach has resulted in the transformation of each retail site.
Sainsbury’s / Memorial Garden-Cannock
When the wife of one of our employees asked – we quickly responded. Supported by our dedicated material supply network and students from the local school, we designed and built a Memorial Garden to celebrate the lives of former Sainsbury’s employees. The contents were configured to complement each other and to provide a quiet, reflective space in which people could pay respect to former colleagues.