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COMPANY PROFILE


Charles Lawrence


Brunel House, Jessop Way, Newark, Nottinghamshire N24 2ER, UK


Tel: 01636 615866 Email: lattimerc@whm.co.uk Web: www.charleslawrencesurfaces.co.uk


Background briefing Charles Lawrence Surfaces has been at the forefront of the artificial sports surfacing industry since 1975, making it one of the most respected and long established names within the sector.


Main products and services Construction of synthetic turf sports pitches, athletics tracks, tennis courts, multi- use games areas and surfacing to sports halls in addition to all associated works.


Recent projects include a training facility at Leicester City Football Club


Additional services Assisting clients with top quality design input from full project design and build, to contributing to any client design team as required.


USPs We have total in house control from the first excavations to the last items of synthetics. We've always retained and valued our ability to install synthetic surfaces using our own fully trained workforce, and using our own specialist


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plant where appropriate. We also have a full time in-house health and safety manager, who offers professional guidance and ensures the requirements of the CDM regulations are fulfilled. We're BSI registered with ISO 9001 accreditation and hold Constructionline and CHAS memberships.


Top clients Recent Projects: Sir Thomas Picton School, Haverfordwest St John's College,


Southsea The Blue School, Wells The John of Gaunt School, Trowbridge Redheugh Football Club, Gateshead Meridian Sports Club, Greenwich Leicester City Football Club The Oxford Academy Oxstalls Tennis Centre, Gloucester.


What are your business goals for 2014-15? To continue providing quality installations at competitive prices, delivered via a professional and approachable team. To strengthen our already strong financial position within the industry by continuing to give our clients good quality


facilities by our highly trained team who are encouraged to train towards recognised qualifications that ensure that they always have the skills to tackle the task in hand.


Who's who: Andrew MacAllister, director (managing) Tony Aitchison, regional director (construction) Craig Ford, estimating manager Jason Young, quality assurance and health & safety manager


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