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McLeman QS Network             
Environmental Management
General Policy Statement

As a construction sector practice, McLeman QS Network recognises that its activities impact upon the environment, and acknowledges its responsibility for creating and maintaining an adequate management system to optimise the achievement of the following environmental objectives: MQSN is committed to:

 1.1       Providing an environment that is welcoming and secure, which sets high standards and raises aspirations. An environment of which staff can be proud and which encourages everyone to achieve their fullest potential. Environment in this context is taken to mean every part of the physical and natural environment, in our own office or on any projects where the practice has control or influence,

1.2       Maintaining a sustainable balance between the demands for conservation and enhancement of the natural environment including the biodiversity of indigenous wildlife, and the needs of construction related development,

1.3       Consulting widely with relevant, interested parties in relation to the development of any site,

1.4       Raising  staff's, and 'parties in contact with us'  consciousness of local and national environmental issues through the channels of education, publicity and staff development, encouraging them to accept personal and social responsibilities for the environment around them,

1.5       Monitoring its impact on the local environment adjacent to our operations, and consulting widely on consequences arising,

1.6       Seeking to conform fully with National and European legislation on environmental issues,

1.7       Encouraging the discussion of relevant environmental issues within the practice and with other Consultants, Contractors and Clients,

1.8       Addressing specific environmental management issues in the areas of: energy, waste, transport, planning, purchasing and publicity,

1.9       Maintaining, through an appropriate management system, an environment that enhances and facilitates development, but which seeks to maximise alternative options for long-term use,

1.10      Recognition of senior management's  individual environmental responsibilities. MQSN will expect such senior managers to respond actively to the challenges of the environment and this policy,

1.11      Reviewing the content of this policy and its sub-sections regularly in the light of changing circumstances,

1.12      The recognition, and publication of areas within  which  we demonstrate successful implementation of this policy.

 Agreed by The Sole Principal and the Environmental Management Executive Working Group: March 2005


 

   
 


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We are pleased to be the QS on a 650K conversion to a listed building in Elie for a private client.

Co-iincidentally we have four  CDM-C projects in Merchiston. The first is the conversion of the North Merchiston Club, the second is the new tennis courts for  Merchiston Bowling and Tennis Club , the other two are  projects at Merchiston campus of Edinburgh Napier University one being a new entrance canopy and the other the third phase of their re-roofing programme.. 

About to start on site is a fire damage reinstatement of a tenement property in Bellshill where we are QS and CDM-C for the joint owners.

At Milnathort we are both QS and CDM-C for a development for Ross Country Homes, where we are also undertaking the bank monitoring role.

The Bourse in Leith is a commercial development where we are CDM-C and QS for a stone fabric repair.

After 12 years as a Sole Trader we  incorporated in 2013  as a Limited Company Registered in Scotland Nr SC396395.  McLeman QS Network Ltd.

"By Royal Appointment"!- 
It may only be a fairly small project at the cafe at Holyrood House in Edinburgh, however we are very honoured to have secured a CDM-C commission from  "The Royal Household."

We are now well into our CDM-C Framework commission which runs till late 2012 with West Lothian Council Construction Services. We have already undertaken a new 1m visitor Centre at Beecraigs, a number of demolition projects, a War Memorial, plus the more usual housing and schools projects.

Weslo Housing Management  appointed us for a third  year for both QS and CDM service to take forward their 2011-12 maintenance programme, which include 9 projects with a value of  1.25m. 

Andrew McLeman quoted in the Scotsman and then asked to pen an article for a Health Publication on the cost implications of having only single bed rooms in future Scottish hospitals - see the articles here

Recently completed  are two 1m house extensions/
refurbishments  The first  near Loch Lomond and the second one in East Lothian

The Benjamin Tindall designed Luffness Castle extension is now complete and the Z1 Youth Bar for Girvan Youth Trust has recently opened to rave reviews.

Our CDM Co-ordination Division has new projects for Clients including  Adelphi Distillery, Linlithgow Golf Club, Energy Tech Centre, Paragon Inks,   West Lothian Council; The Duke of Argyle Estates,  St Peters Church, PGL Travel, Mayfield Salisbury Church,  NHS Lothian:  Forth Valley College and  Cigna Ltd.

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