About Us


We are a family run construction and refurbishment contractor based in Milton Keynes celebrating our 40th anniversary in 2024.

We have gone through a period of growth over the last 6-8 years and our main focus through this has been to continue delivering high quality work in a professional manner, values that have driven our upward trajectory.

These core principles have forged long term client relationships and have resulted in seamlessly gaining ISO accreditations along with the company CIOB chartership that we have held since 2017.

It is important to us that our staff feel valued and enjoy their work, which we do our best to provide them with the platform to do so when welcoming them into our team, reflected by our high staff retention levels.

The general geographical boundaries for work delivery that we operate within are London to Birmingham, Oxford to Cambridge but we do and have gone further for the right project with the right client.


Professional delivery of a larger company but with the flexibility, responsiveness and personal touch of a smaller one. When we work with a client we want it to be for 40 years, not just one project.


Health and Safety audits are carried on works both internally and by means of an external company. We ensure that on all projects we are equipped with:

  • Fully trained site management
  • Internal auditing
  • First aiders
  • External auditing
  • RAMS and CPP
  • Insurances
  • Project specific training
  • DBS Certification

We also hold our ISO 45001 accreditation.


We believe in supporting apprentices and work with local colleges to strengthen our team. We also offer Degree Apprenticeships. PCI have a partnership with Construction Management training, as well as ensuring all our site operatives have the relevant training certifications.

These include but are not limited to:

  • Manual Handling
  • Asbestos Awareness
  • Basic First Aid
  • IPAF
  • Health and Safety Awareness
  • CSCS

For our supervisors and Project Managers we also offer extra training in:

  • CIOB
  • BM Trada
  • IOSH


At PCI we aim to coordinate and direct all our activities to all regulatory requirements and improve its effectiveness and efficiency on a continuous basis.

We do this by carrying out Quality Install audits on all aspects of instructed works to ensure clients have peace of mind when it comes to the completed project.

We also engage with 3rd party auditors, mainly BM TRADA, who act as an independent party to check on our works and our internal audits, and ensure our works are of sound quality, fit for purpose and logged before being completed.

PCI hold the ISO 9001 accreditation.


We are a fully insured company that pride ourselves in ensuring we are prepared for any eventuality. Our Health and Safety auditing process is undertaken throughout a project to ensure standards are being pushed and adhered to from start to finish.

During each project, we use this audit to set standards for operatives and for any visitors that come on site. This is backed up by regular 3rd party visits to both ensure the confidence in internal auditing but also to have the benefit from ‘another set of eyes’ which may notice things that we may have missed, therefore driving standards further.

On top of auditing, we ensure that all site operative and visitors carry out our site-specific Company Induction. All operatives must carry a CSCS card and have undertaken the basic H&S courses: Manual Handling, Asbestos Awareness and Health and Safety Awareness. All operatives who work for PCI hold an up-to-date DBS certificate which are redone every 3 years.


The PCI Ltd carbon footprint is extremely important to us, we have taken measures to ensure that:


  • We invest in newer, efficient vans to reduce the impact of our operatives travelling to site, encouraging van sharing where possible.
  • We make a conscious effort to use local workforce within a radius of the client to reduce travel to long distances.
  • During our site inductions and toolbox talks we ensure all site operatives improve on the segregation of waste and the importance of reducing our waste to landfill.
  • We work with registered waste disposal companies who sort the waste from our skips to recycle where possible.
  • We segregate waste with different skips for metal, general waste, rubble and plasterboard.
  • We collect data to see how much of our waste is recycled compared to going to landfill. This will help us analyse where we can improve as a company.
  • We work closely with our electrical contractors to ensure that fluorescent tubes are disposed of in the correct manner.
  • We use a 7 step spill guide, and consult the product safety datasheets when a product is required on site, so we have a full understanding of a product before it is used.


We identify if and what kind of noise control measures can be implemented and constantly check the effectiveness of existing control measures, both for our staff and building occupants.

  • We ensure the work we are doing is less than a weekly exposure of 80db.
  • We ensure all site operatives are provided with hearing protection and also hearing protection zones if the noise level is 85 decibels or above.
  • When approved by the client we aim to perform all our noisy works before standard working hours to reduce public interference.
  • Alter tasks to reduce noise on site.


For larger scale projects, we enable the help of a 3rd party to carry out an Air Quality Assessment to assess what the impact of construction activities and impact from cars and other associated vehicle movements may have on the local area. We do this by:

  • Mitigation on measures to minimise impacts of poor quality.
  • Use of water suppression on tools and generally sprayed through site.
  • Use of filtration system on site using Type H HEPA Grade filters.
  • Use of on tool minimum grade ‘M’ filters.
  • Air tight screens to stop spread of dusty air outside of site boundary.
  • Dust control mats.
  • Respiratory protection- face fit tests carried out to ensure masks fit correctly.
  • Use electric- rather than fuel powered tools- where possible.


PCI are charity partners with Milton Keynes University Hospital Charity, having been involved in several projects and events at the hospital including donating Christmas Decorations to Ward 1, assisting in creating a warm and comfortable space for Trust employees returning to work from maternity leave and donating gifts for their Festive Countdown. We have also supported the Bedfordshire Hospital Trust by providing supermarket vouchers for International Nurses Day to celebrate the hard work that they do.

We believe that education is key and have been involved in several school talks on a number of subjects, including business models, construction and even fatherhood. At the end of certain projects, we have also donated football kits and toys to schools.

PCI are proud sponsors of many local sports team including rugby union teams, a rugby league team, an U14s Girls football team and a netball team. As a business, we regularly donate much needed items to local food banks in support of the community and those around us.