FRC Construction have decades of experience in reinforced concrete construction. We use the latest formwork systems which are easy to assemble an ensure safe work practice. We strive to be more sustainable in the products and equipment we source. The health and safety of our team is our number one priority through training and education
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Reinforced concrete (RC) frame structures are built from concrete that contains steel bars, called reinforcement bars, or rebar.
Retaining walls are relatively rigid walls used for supporting soil laterally so that it can be retained at different levels on the two sides.
For basement construction, concrete is by far the product of choice. Concrete provides a permanent, stable base for a structure to rest on.
FRC Construction are experts in the construction of both underground and overground tanks.
FRC Construction has years of experience in the design and construction of bespoke concrete that are constructed in situ allowing for maximum flexibility.
Here at FRC Flatwork we ensure that on every project we undertake, health and safety is of the utmost priority and takes precedence over all other aspects of our industry. We consistently strive to set and achieve the highest health and safety targets in the industry ensuring that that the safety of both our employees and non employees are always a priority.
We ensure that all of our employees receive regular comprehensive induction and training in all aspects of health and safety and are compliant with all current health and safety regulations. All machinery is tested and checked regularly.
Safe work method statements are prioritized before commencement of any new project and all employees are made aware of the safe method we have adopted for each project before it's commencement. We constantly monitor health and safety throughout the duration of each project and identify and correct any potential risks as they arise ensuring a safe working environment for all parties involved. We view a zero accident count as a key performance indicator for each project.