Welcome to Irmax Constructions
Irmax Constructions specialise in Steel Frame Systems (SFS), partitions, M/F and grid ceilings dry lining and all other aspects of plasterboard fabrication.
Irmax Constructions Workforce
The core of our workforce have worked for Irmax Constructions for over 5 years.
This helps achieve a high standard of work, as they understand and can deliver our core ethos, which is achieving high quality of workmanship whilst working closely with our main contractor to achieve their specific goals.
Our workforce holds 100% of the following accreditations including CSCS, IPAF and PASMA, and Irmax Constructions have invested heavily in getting all of our workforce NVQ qualified and SSS in their respective trade.
Irmax Constructions Quality
At Express Drylining Ltd,we pride ourselves on our work.
As a company, our workforce at Irmax Constructions has considerable experience in the construction industry, this means that with every stage of the project comes expertise and experience giving the best results to our clients from inception to completion.
Irmax Constructions Ltd also operate our own Quality Management System, this covers all aspects of our work from the office based task to the actual site construction, therefore our clients can rest assured that they will get a quality service from us.
Irmax Constructions Innovation
Irmax Constructions has an extremely ambitious director, who is always thinking about our future and what we can do to grow the business and make it better.
We will look to continue our expansion and improve on all areas of our business, leading to us becoming an established, safe, quality and reliable specialist.
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