Stonework to the civil construction industry
A large proportion of our trade is taken out as specialist sub-contractors to clients within the civil engineering sector.
M Powell Building Services Ltd has undertaken projects such as reservoir wall maintenance, stonework construction to bridges, viaducts and weirs and have been utilised as masonry contractors on highways, inland waterways and commercial construction sites.
Due to the nature of these types of masonry projects a different approach is required. With our continual development, we have teams of masons equipped with various skills and qualifications to meet the challenging environments within this area. From working at height, constructing walls along major highways to working in confined spaces and remote areas our teams have undertaken adequate training for even the most demanding civil construction sites. From qualified, experienced stone wallers to the company itself, we as a team take environmental and health and safety issues very seriously. From our expert management practices within this area M Powell Building Services Ltd has obtained Chas and Smas accreditation, demonstrating our commitment to a high level of health and safety practice and are also verified by Constructionline.
Masonry contractors to civil engineering companies
Assisting civil clients in the construction and maintenance of masonry structures we have become well renowned for a wide and varied range of masonry services. Some of these services include:
- Retaining walls
- Gabion baskets
- Stonework cladding to structures
- Repointing structures
- External works
- Boundary walls
- Restoration and Conservation
- Hard landscapes
Welcoming tenders both large and small we are adept to projects ranging from mortar repair work, repairing and reconstructing stone walls demolished for machinery access and minor repairs to utility structures to mass retaining walls along public highways, constructing stone spillways to reservoirs, cladding newly constructed bridges along south wales waterways with natural stone and stone walling to new city centre street scenes.