MC Plan & Site Services, are delighted to announce their new working relationship with Holton Homes on two exciting new projects. The first project is the construction of 13 self-contained flats and 4 townhouses located at the junction of Wimborne Road and Roundhaye Road, close to the Bear Cross rou
Wednesday 26th August 2020
DORSET based Independent Building Control Company, MC Plan & Site Services, are delighted to announce the return of their staff post-Coronavirus Lockdown and subsequent increase in business confidence.
MC Plan and Site Services are delighted to support Routes to Roots with their new centre in the heart of Poole. R2R is run by a mix of volunteers of health and other outreach workers, local company employees, church members and students, with just two, paid part-time staff. Their aim is to work to
The Prime Minister is expediting radical reforms to the planning system, permitting town centre vacant buildings to be converted to housing. These changes are aimed at a more efficient approach to correctly reflect the changes in society over the past seventy years and the Government will more...
Mark Cook, MD of MC Plan and Site Services Ltd, said: “Since Grenfell there have been some changes to the Building Regulations, and these continue at a regular pace.
MC Plan and Site Services Ltd are delighted to sign off this new build property on land adjacent to the Main Street in Martinstown in rural Dorset.
In light of the current preventative measures being enforced to control the spread of COVID-19, we at MC Plan & Site Services Ltd would like to assure all of our clients that we are conducting business as usual.
An interesting news article published by Advantage this week.
Works have started at 'The Brewery' in Dorchester.
Dr Dave Smith, export manager of the Fire Industry Association, looks at the changing landscape for competency in the wake of the Grenfell disaster and Dame Judith Hackitt’s review of fire safety and the Building Regulations
The recent decline of UK construction industry output looks like it might be coming to an end.
Well after 6 days the project is finished and handed over to the school community and children today. The excitement and smiles will last in our hearts forever
Chris was thinking of taking a picture of the palace in the mist. As he looked into the screen of his phone, he thought he was looking at Mark and a few expletives ensued around not wanting to look at Mark’s ugly face before realising he was looking at his own face, as his phone was still on selfie
Another early start and literally everyone is dedicated to pulling together. Mark continued to weld with a face becoming redder and redder. Fraser and Ben have been cracking on with the toilet block until Ben needed to be put on lighter painting duties due to his swollen feet and ankles from mosquit
After a quiet breakfast, we set off to work. More painting for me and Penny with Mark, Adam, Kenneth and Shiva on fencing, Chris continuing with painting and Fraser and Ben building the toilet block with the wonkiest bricks we've ever seen. Tim and his new-found friend, Dambar, on the electrics!
Need to give Tim the gold award today for his sheer determination and motivation to get 4 classrooms completed with electricity, even if Mark did try and sabotage his good work ethics! The waiters from the Famous Farm even brought out lunch to us – pretty amazing. Such nice people here.
Today was our first day of proper work. There are 7 classrooms in total. Helen and Penny have been on primer painting and Chris is following behind doing the main colours. Kenny, as you will see from the pics, has put posts in all the way up a massive load of steps from the bottom of the school to t
Beautiful Famous Farm awaited us and a visit to the school to meet the children before they have 6 days off and return next Wednesday morning. A lot of work ahead but we are determined to do it and see these wonderful happy children smile even more.
Spent the day exploring the temples and learning about the Hindu and Buddhist cultures. A lovely sentiment to Shiva from the group is that he is a really knowledgeable guide and how nice it is to have him with us.
After an 11+ hour flight plus a 2-hour stopover in Doha, the MC Nepal Team have finally arrived safely at their destination in Kathmandu for their first night. Now time to do some sightseeing and catch up with the jet lag, before heading off tomorrow to our final destination in the Nuwakot District