Dyer & Butler Electrical has a positive impact on local communities, offering training and employment opportunities, as well as support for local schools, charities and businesses. Our project teams work hand in hand with neighbourhoods and local authorities in advance of any construction work commencing and keeps them up to date throughout. This is achieved through local radio, newspapers or scheme noticed boards-installed at an agreed location and kept regularly updated.
Whenever possible work is scheduled to minimise disruption, however this may not always be practicable if emergency repairs are necessary. On these occasions Dyer & Butler Electrical will always strive to keep disruption to a minimum.
At Dyer & Butler Electrical we actively seek to employ local labour for our projects, which also helps communicate plans for new work or emergency repairs. A policy of sourcing local materials and engaging with local groups and the neighbourhood has enhanced Dyer & Butler Electrical’s reputation as a caring and considerate constructor, with a good understanding and appreciation of community infrastructure.
Commitment to Education and Employment:
Dyer & Butler Electrical is openly committed to those aspiring to work in the mechanical and electrical sector.
Dyer & Butler Electrical is not only able to offer training programmes, work experience and apprenticeships, but also site visits and advice.
Safety is a primary concern and any site visits are always accompanied by an appropriate safety brief. Dyer & Butler Electrical also arranges visits to local schools to give talks to raise awareness of the potential dangers that can be found on construction sites.
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"Dyer & Butler Electrical's teams showed a great deal of commitment, drive and a real desire to get the job done – working long days and weekends which could have eroded enthusiasm."Paul Metcalf - Project Engineer,