We believe it is vital to involve and contribute to the broader communities in which we work and strive to ensure that everyone that comes into contact with Williams Tarr Construction and its operations are safe, secure and feel valued and welcomed.
Members of staff are encouraged to engage with local activities and charities, regularly supporting a vast range of charitable activities relating to causes close to our hearts and/or close to where we may be working.
Many of our sites impact on the local community and, in conjunction with the Considerate Constructors’ Scheme we ensure, via consultation, newsletters (outlining progress/future site activities) and site visits that we engage with local communities and businesses.
Construction sites can be dangerous places so we frequently offer to visit local schools to present on health and safety matters coupled with support on maths challenges, team working and practical activities.
Williams Tarr Construction also arrange regular site visits for construction students to give them a first-hand experience of technical aspects and the day to day workings of a busy building site and the associated procedures for health and safety and best construction practice. We take pride in encouraging young people to join our industry and we’re keen to stimulate their imagination and expertise.
“Ivor Goodsite” visiting our Kemp Street site and meeting children from the nearby nursery