We are proud to have been accepted as a Corporate Associate of BIAZA, The British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
We have been busy developing a brand new product designed to support businesses implement effective hand washing during the Covid-19 pandemic.
We are proud to have been awarded our 4th year of CHAS accreditation, demonstrating our ongoing commitment to ensuring safe workplaces, safe projects and safe systems and procedures.
Working on behalf of Wates Facilities Management, CLM has been awarded the contract to maintain the sliding doors which form various habitats within Twycross Zoo. The CLM team will visit at regular intervals throughout the year to inspect the working mechanisms of the slides and to undertake any necessary repairs.
We may be specialists in steel fabrication, but our skills don’t end there!
Back in 2018 CLM were specialist contractors on the Chimpanzee Eden project, so when the team at Twycross Zoo asked if we could help them with some new timber shelters for the outdoor area of their chimpanzee enclosure, we ‘jumped’ at the chance (excuse the pun
Supporting our local community is important to CLM. We always try to get involved with a good cause when we can, but this particular cause was a little bit special…
We are pleased to have renewed our SafeContractor accreditation in the work categories of:
It was widely publicised in the local and national news when, back in December 2018, Chester Zoo, one of the UK’s most popular tourist attractions, tragically suffered a large fire in the Monsoon Forest area of their Islands exhibit.
CLM Services is delighted to have renewed our Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS) accreditation up until 2020, helping us to demonstrate our continuous commitment to improving our Health and Safety procedures and performance.
As a family business with a strong presence in Wirral for over 30 years, investing in our local community is something we feel strongly about. CLM has provided the structural steelwork on some large and complicated local developments… but sometimes it is the smaller projects that really bring smiles to our faces!
This October half-term, the students at Brackenwood Infant School in Bebington were treated to a brand new bike shelter, courtesy of CLM. This installation was made that bit more special when one of the next generations of CLM workers came to help. 5-year old Will, who is a pupil at Brackenwood Infants and the son of CLM Project Manager Matt, helped with the measuring up, demonstrating you are never too young to start learning the tricks of the trade!
A special thanks goes to some local businesses who supported the project, including media firm Black One Sugar Ltd who donated the polycarbonate cover and Wedge Merseyside Galvanizing Ltd who galvanised the shelter, all free of charge.
The new shelter will provide a secure storage place to keep the children’s bikes protected from the elements and hopefully will encourage more children to ride their bikes into school, benefitting their health and the environment – we think that can only be a good thing!