Our Approach At SWC

We approach every project in the same manner. From initial meetings to the end of the project communication is the key element to success. We like to understand our clients business and their operational requirements.


Our Process

  • A collaborative approach to problem solving
  • Early warning of issues in relation to cost & programme
  • Regular progress reports, hi-lighting progress against programme and issues which may impact on progress
  • An organised approach to managing construction information
  • An RFI schedule which flags central information and dates required in a timely manner
  • Good communication with design team members
  • Being “good neighbours” to the surrounding buildings and area
  • Self-snagging by sub-contractors and management team
  • A commitment to achieve a “zero defects” project
Logo of chas (contractors health and safety assessment scheme) showing accreditation status with their website, chas.co.uk.
Logo of "smas worksafe contractor" certification.



All risks are weighed and calculated in the planning stage of a project.

Risk assessments and method statements are used to employ control measures that reduce frequency, severity and probability of a risk as much as possible.

Site managers will monitor and update the RA & MS as the project evolves to maintain a safe and enjoyable workplace for all.

Accreditation: South Warwickshire Construction Limited have been accredited by CHAS & SMAS. We have been awarded Principle Contractor with SMAS Worksafe – Certificate No. 83557. We have demonstrated compliance with the CHAS standards in line with SSIP Core Criteria and UK H&S Legislation and has been awarded accreditation to the requirements of the CDM Regulations 2015.


Budget Risks

  • The budget is only achievable if all parties are co-operative in ensuring that packages are tendered to economically competitive sub-contractors and suppliers that are adept at undertaking projects of this kind.
  • Not getting competitive quotes. We will endeavour to provide a broad range of quotes on each package to ensure value for money.
  • A condensed programme. An unrealistic programme often does not leave room for the appropriate analysis of costs and design changes. This can lead to uncompetitive packages being let for expendiency and not for best value.

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