Industrial, Commercial & DISTRIBUTION SITE MAINTENANCE

 

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As a national service provider to brands such as Amazon, NMC understands the importance of minimising disruption during planned surfacing and civil engineering work at manufacturing facilities and distribution centres.

It is our understanding of the pressures of industrial, commercial and distribution sites together with our commitment to quality, service, and innovation that has secured us national framework agreements with some of the UK’s leading companies.

Before any work begins our team of estimators will carry out detailed surveys of the external areas around your site. Following this process our team will provide guidance and support to help you understand what can be achieved within the constraints of a busy site as well as discussing budget and time frames. Trust us to offer expert and transparent advice that will help you to make an informed decision.

Our detailed surveys and condition reports identify priorities. From urgent reactive repairs on access roads, to condition reports and rolling maintenance plans for high-stress areas, our experienced project managers will consult with you to develop the optimum plan, minimising the impact of our work on the movement of people, stock and vehicles.

Should you need to extend or to construct a new work area or roadway, we can help from day 1 with a bespoke turnkey package. From topographic and GPS surveys, through architectural design and construction – NMC can take your scheme from concept to completion. Avoid problematic issues such as standing water and subsidence with a design that works around the existing sub strata and conditions of your proposed site.

Your experienced account managers remain your key point of contact and are always on the end of a phone when you require advice and support – making NMC the only contractor you ever need to call.

Explore how we can help on your industrial,
commercial or distribution site

Rapleys, Letchworth

The client had several sites that had fallen into varying stages of disrepair. Most sites were unrelated and in different locations across the town.