CRL Contracts Limited was incorporated in 2005 by the Managing Directors of Construction Resources Limited to provide a superior contingent labor supply service. Since its incorporation into the market, the company has turned a profit each year and gained further projects and clients utilizing the quality labor we provide and the expert final product always produced.
Coupled with the certifications and accreditations held, the extensive experience that CRL Contracts have gained has allowed the company to expand further and offer services in logistics, waste management, enabling, civil, and builder’s works. This expansion has allowed us to offer additional packages to our clients, combining labor supply with our skills in logistics and waste management.
This allows us to supply projects with a workforce, acquire the necessary plant and materials for immediate supply, and remove and recycle all produced waste. CRL ensures that we operate sustainably and efficiently by implementing a reverse logistics approach by delivering materials and removing waste on the same journey, minimizing our environmental impact.
Health & Safety
Health and Safety is taken very seriously at CRL, as it is throughout the entire industry in the modern day. CRL has an in-depth Integrated Management System (IMS) in place, which underlines all health & safety issues and provides details of the steps we take to ensure a safe environment at all times for our operatives and agents.
A further reflection of our concerns for health & safety is our long-term membership with The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA). CRL fully supports ROSPA’s aim to promote and prevent accidents at work, at leisure, on the road, and in the home through safety educational programs. We take steps to help prevent accidents by regularly attending RoSPA’s educational seminars and completing feedback questionnaires, allowing us to express any problem areas we may have encountered. We are also registered members of Constructing Better Health and help assist their national scheme for occupational health management within the construction industry.