18th Jun 2015
Last month Field Farm saw the annual StuartBarrCDR, BarrJoinery and BarrKitchens companies meeting, which as always kicked off with 7am coffee and bacon butties! With all staff present and correct, the focus was on company vision, standards and how proud we are of our site and workshop teams and the work they all do. Now that our new website is live we can share the amazing projects we get involved in, however, we don’t always get the chance to acknowledge the hard work on site to get us there. Our AGM gave Stuart, Company Director, the chance to do just that. Each year the business grows and the projects we work on become even more varied and more exciting. The things that we continually strive to maintain (and improve) are our work standards, site standards and safety standards. The ‘work hard, look smart and think smart’ ethos is backed up by our strict code of conduct and staff training. New uniforms for the site teams have everyone looking smart and safety training for all site workers keeps site safety at the forefront of everyone’s minds.
The whole StuartBarr team is trained to achieve the same exacting standards. Attention to detail and a can do attitude mean that our site managers and teams of skilled tradesmen work efficiently and effectively together, completing projects to client timescales, budgets and satisfaction. Sister companies BarrKitchens and BarrJoinery are available, where required to provide seamless project support. By employing, training and retaining the best people, promoting from within wherever possible and running a thriving apprenticeship scheme, we are able achieve exacting standards across the company. We build long lasting relationships with trusted subcontractors and external suppliers and expect the same standards of them as we do of our in-house teams.
None of this would be possible without the architect and customer referrals, which result in a large proportion of our new business (thank you) and as we grow and develop as a company we that will continually strive to stay well above the Barr.