British contractor looks towards recovery

15 May 2020

The managing director of United Kingdom-based contractor AR Demolition says the company is “well placed” to help Britain recover from the Coronavirus pandemic.

Richard Dolman, managing director, AR Demolition

Richard Dolman said AR Demolition has developed stringent safety policies and procedures during Covid-19

Richard Dolman also said the company, which is headquartered in the English midlands, has a full order book for the rest of 2020.

We are pleased to have been able to continue our contribution to the UK economy during this crisis and have taken significant steps to mitigate the impact of the viral outbreak on our business,” said Richard.

“Our motto at AR Demolition is ‘Safe for All’ and we have developed stringent safety policies and procedures which have enabled our operations to continue largely unabated.

“On each project, we have given formalised and separate responsibilities to site managers, site staff and our appointed Covid-19 Safety Champion to ensure that risks are addressed and safety remains paramount.

“And we have communicated frequently and clearly with our workforce to ensure that we play our part in preventing the spread of the virus.

“As such, our work has continued and we have a full order book, with several exciting projects planned for the rest of the year.

“These are challenging times throughout the construction industry, but AR Demolition is well placed to support our clients and to make our contribution to help UK plc to recover from this crisis.”

 

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