A Great 2018 for Cornerstone Projects Ltd

Here’s to great achievements in 2018 and even more in 2019. Cornerstone Projects Ltd achieved so much in 2018, and here’s a reminder of what we did… • Successfully overcoming the demands of GDPR regulations. • Delivering our new Instant Access plans proposition to provide an enhanced delivery option to our discerning customers. • Enhancing…

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Planning A Project Shutdown For Christmas

Now that December is well under way and Christmas is fast approaching, its time to start thinking less about construction and more about wrapping presents. Your mind may be on the Christmas dinner and some quality time on the sofa, but work needs to be done before you can enjoy that. Most construction sites will…

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Harmful Substances In Construction

We’ve previously spoken about some of the more physical dangers of working in the construction industry, with the likes of electrical safety and manual handling procedures being a priority for workers. But now it is time to talk about something that is a bit harder to spot. According to the HSE, there are around 12,000…

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Modular Buildings

In an ever-changing construction industry, we are always seeing new concepts and ideas floating around. With the drive to find better and efficient ways to do things, we are always looking for the next big idea. The concept of modular buildings is becoming more and more popular, so we’ve decided to take a look into…

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Electrical Safety In Construction

Construction sites as a whole as safer than ever, with better resources for staff training available and new health and safety regulations to adhere to. But even with these advances in safety, there is still potential for things to go wrong. Electrical work plays a big part in the construction industry, with construction sites using…

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Dropped Kerb

If you’re looking to create a driveway for your property, you’d probably be surprised that the process is not as easy as you think. In order to park your vehicle on the driveway, you’ll need to have the kerb dropped outside of the property, and there are many different steps you’ll need to take to…

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Manual Handling In Construction

Manual handling in the Construction industry is something that happens on an every day basis, but there are multiple different situations that could lead to some disastrous consequences. According to The Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992, employers must put procedures in place to reduce or eliminate risks from lifting, carrying and handling heavy loads. With…

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What Is A Principal Designer?

As we’ve spoken about previously, health and safety is and should be a big concern for anyone working in the construction industry. With so much that could go wrong, it’s important to protect ourselves and reduce the amount of risks that we subject ourselves to. The role of principal designer was introduced back in 2015,…

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Working At Height In Construction

Construction has never been more safe as an industry, but there are still areas that can pose a potential threat. One of the biggest areas of risk in the industry is working at height, and the potential hazards that comes with carrying out work in the air. We’ve decided to take a look at some…

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The Benefits Of Outsourcing Utility Searches

Outsourcing is the idea of using an outside party for certain services that are usually done by the company in-house. By outsourcing this service to other people, you can save time by relying on experts to help complete the task. Outsourcing is a common practise used in the construction industry, with looking for a company…

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