Lighthouse Club Christmas Lunch 2016
On Friday 4th December 2016, we were pleased to support of the Lighthouse Club’s annual Christmas Lunch. The event was held at the Park Lane Intercontinental Hotel to raise money to support people in the construction industry who have fallen upon hardship, whether due to death, illness or incapacity.
Harry Hatton Golf Day
We were pleased to host the 11th Harry Hatton Golf Cup Challenge at Sudbury Golf Club on 12th August 2016.
Thanks to the generous support of our guests we raised £6,495.33 for this worthwhile cause.(It is not an official charity)
The Harry Hatton Cup has helped over 40 families who have suffered illness and bereavement and has raised a phenomenal £85,000 since its inception. The event was initially set up to help Mark Hatton, and his family, following the loss of his wife and loving mother to their son, Harry.
J Coffey Construction were proud to support Brookfield Multiplex Verde SW1 project’s charity golf day on Friday 20th May 2016.
The event raised £5,500 for Chickenshed, an inclusive theatre company and registered charity that carries out pioneering work to create theatre for people of all ages and physical abilities.
J Coffey Construction is also sponsoring the Chartered Institute of Building London Branch’s 50th Anniversary Celebration Evening on 17th June 2016.
This continues our long association with the CIOB and our ongoing support of construction resources that develop the skills and talent of our managers.
16.10.2015 – J Coffey Construction help Mace and the London Wildlife Trust to win the Community Engagement Award in Ciria’s BIG Biodiversity Challenge 2015.
The team from 5 Broadgate and Broadgate Circle helped to complete depaving and water attenuation works at Rosendale Allotments, Herne Hill to reduce flash flooding in the area and also assisted with planting wild meadow flowers to improve biodiversity for the local wildlife. Read more…
MACE Cycle Fest
On 24 September 2015, we were pleased to support the MACE Foundation’s Cycle Fest at the London Velodrome. The event marked the culmination of the ‘Tour de Mace’, a four day, 250 mile cycle ride from Manchester to London.
We entered one of the 25 teams that took part in the Brompton Challenge – a 25 mile relay race around the one mile outside track on a collapsible Brompton bike.
Zero RIDDOR Reportable Accidents for J Coffey Construction in 2013 for 665,000 Man hours worked.
We recognise the importance of creating and maintaining a safe work environment for our operatives and stakeholders affected by our works, to this end we apply a robust regime of procedures and controls through our Health & Safety management system that has been UKAS accredited to OHSAS 18001.
Further recognition of this system was received when we gained RoSPA Gold Awards for Occupational Health & Safety in 2011, 2012 and 2013.
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Because we know that our clients expect the highest standards of work from us we adopt a Total Quality Management approach (TQM). The controls and processes that we have implemented are UKAS accredited to ISO 9001.
From inception to final delivery we monitor progress on site through to post contract review to ensure that our standards are maintained, best practice identified and where possible our approach is improved.
As well as being accredited to ISO 9001 we hold the Achilles ‘Building Confidence’ accreditation.
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