The coronavirus pandemic has emphasised the relevance of some of LHC’s key activities and concentrated our minds on how we accelerate the pace of change in our industry.
Climate change must not be forgotten. For the last few years LHC’s Energy Efficiency framework has been one of the most frequently used by our clients. This year we will be introducing the eighth edition which includes a host of new offerings including battery storage and electric vehicle charging.
NUMBER OF LHC PROJECTS
Construction, Extension & Refurbishment
Property Protection &
Kitchen & Bathrooms
We made the strategic decision in 2014 to alter our organisational structure. The localisation agenda of the UK, Scottish and Welsh governments required us to have a greater understanding of our clients’ local aims and needs and this in turn emphasised the importance of having full knowledge of local suppliers.
The approach we’ve taken allows LHC – our core brand – to reinforce its position as a centre of technical and procurement excellence. We invest in technical, regulatory and service expertise and use our knowledge to develop the products our clients across Great Britain need.
Our five local hubs actively contribute to our insights, as knowledge sharing between LHC and the local hubs is constant, in both directions. This process is fundamental to our organisation successfully serving local projects and agendas.
Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) are precise, efficient and safe and should be used to help tackle our housing shortage, climate change and pandemic challenges.
Close collaboration with our clients has enabled more SME suppliers, local suppliers and SME architects to participate in framework agreements and the supply of services.
Employees across the LHC group are leading the wellbeing agenda at LHC, tackling new needs created by the pandemic and planning for a return to the workplace.