Our vision

Patterson Construction's vision is to provide a construction service second to none by focusing on clients, our people, delivery partners, growth, innovation and efficiency within a safe working environment.

We aim to be a recognised leader with a hard-won reputation for reliability, quality, completing projects on time and within budget. This is based on the skill of our people, safe working practices, honest communication, openness and fairness with our clients.

Patterson Construction strives to be a great place to work, where colleagues are inspired to be the best they can be, reducing the environmental impact associated with our construction processes by awareness, education, recycling and sharing our experiences.

We aim to be the contractor of choice by delivering projects that exceed clients expectations within a culture of trusting relationships, pro-active in our approach to deliver safe, environmentally friendly buildings without compromise on quality.

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Environmental Policy

Patterson Construction is a groundwork and structural concrete sub-contractor formed in London in 1985.


Patterson Construction, as a company, understands the impact our industry has on the environment. We are constantly endeavouring to improve our environmental performance by preventing pollution where possible, complying with relevant environmental legislation, regulations and company standards.

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How do we achieve this?

  • Re-using formwork timber and ensuring that all new timber is sourced from sustainable sources
  • Minimise the amount of waste going to landfill
  • Giving consideration to noise, dust, vibration, fumes and smoke
  • Ensuring that all our plant is regularly serviced and operates efficiently
  • Ensure that our plant is not operated unnecessarily
  • Recycle demolition material
  • Reduce business travel and unnecessary transport of plant and materials
  • Take due care in the disposal of inert material
  • Use recycled material wherever possible
  • Minimise waste during construction and re-use/return excess material
  • Minimise the use of raw material during construction