Here at G3 Construction UK Ltd., we are devoted to providing a quality service to both public and private sector clients. We ensure this by constantly monitoring changes in industry regulations and best working practices. G3 Construction UK Ltd. are members of the following trade organisations:
Constructionline is the UK's leading procurement and supply chain management service that collects, assesses and monitors standard company information through a question set that is aligned to PAS 91, the standardised pre-qualification questionnaire developed by BSI to reduce duplication within the construction industry.
Their aim is to provide efficiency savings to public and private sector buyers and the construction industry as a whole by streamlining procurement procedures and improving the supply chain management processes by reducing risk, creating cost efficiencies and helping buyers engage with new suppliers, including SMEs and local companies.
For suppliers to the construction industry, Constructionline means that you no longer need to repeatedly duplicate your standard company information for every construction tender. What's more, with over 8,000 procurement professionals from over 2,800 buying organisations already using the Constructionline database to source contractors and consultants, Constructionline is a great tool to market your business.
By providing access to over 25,000 suppliers for construction contracts, Constructionline is a common sense solution that 8,000 buyers from over 2,800 organisations are already making the most of. Constructionline assess all of their suppliers to government standards, and maintain relationships with a range of industry, ePurchasing and Government partners to ensure that they remain relevant to procurement professionals within the construction industry.
CHAS - The Contractors Health & Safety Assessment Scheme
CHAS is dedicated to completing health and safety pre-qualification assessments to a nationally recognised threshold standard. CHAS is established as the market leader for health and safety pre-qualification in the UK.
CHAS assesses applicants:
Health and safety policy statement;
Their organisation for health and safety;
Their specific health and safety arrangements to a standard acceptable to our buyers and to others.
Participating in the CHAS scheme helps both suppliers and buyers.
Suppliers show compliance with important parts of health and safety law (the core criteria described in the CDM regulations).
On achieving compliance a supplier is approved to work for all of CHAS' buyers.(Some Buyers may require "Accredited" Status)
Inconsistencies are reduced where some suppliers may be judged compliant by one buyer but not another.
CHAS gives guidance on any weaknesses in a supplier's safety management, including how they can improve.
Being a CHAS supplier or buyer saves both time and resources
DPS - Dynamic Purchasing System
LPP works with NHS organisations to make the most of the purchasing power of the public sector to maximise investment in frontline services - helping deliver the highest quality services while at the same time ensuring value for money.
The LPP team encourage collaboration among a range of public sector organisations. They are committed to helping public sector organisations achieve their objectives and to enabling innovation, increased efficiency, improved service quality.
LPP currently works in collaboration with: 52 named NHS trusts and community providers; 30 Clinical Commissioning Group clusters; Community Health Partnerships; and a number of non-NHS organisations. This may be subject to change throughout the period of the DPS.
LPP will drive improved procurement and commercial efficiencies by Providing competent project management support that meets the needs of Contracting Authorities.
LPP is establishing the DPS to provide the NHS and other public sector organisations with a compliant procurement route for the execution of minor building works projects.
The DPS will provide an unlimited number of suitably qualified and experienced Works Contractors.
Considerate Constructors Scheme
The Considerate Constructors Scheme is a non-profit-making, independent organisation founded in 1997 by the construction industry to improve its image. The Considerate Constructors scheme aim to improve the image of the construction industry by monitoring the practices of the companies that have registered with them via a team of experienced industry professionals.
By registering with Considerate Constructors, it is hoped that G3 Construction can demonstrate a commitment to high standards, community engagement and good ethical practices. G3's benchmark performance will regularly be assessed, highlighting areas that need to be improved and developed.
The Code of Considerate Practice upheld by the Considerate Constructors ensures that companies care about their appearance, respecting the community, protecting the environment, securing everyone’s safety and valuing their workforce.