Speaking to Building Ireland magazine, Stephen Dulieu of CP Dynes attributes the company’s success to their unrelenting commitment to be the best at what they do. The company has successfully tendered and negotiated projects for a range of clients and have established a reputation for providing complex projects on time and within budget.
Established in 1992 by Armagh native Camillus Dynes, London-based CP Dynes started with a contract worth £1500 and since then they have built up a team and fleet that enables them to complete drainage installations of up to £10 million in value.
Even though they have grown in size and stature, they still undertake smaller projects with the same attention to detail as the big ones.
They like to think that with their experience and expertise, they can often help the contractor/client/designers to choose the safest and most cost-effective solutions to the problem.
“We are one of the leading deep drainage and large bore specialists in the UK and Ireland,” the company’s office manager Stephen Dulieu stated in conversation with Building Ireland magazine.
Under the shrewd management of Camillus and his brother John, CP Dynes are renowned for producing excellent standards of work, combined with a high quality service on a diverse range of projects, by the safest means possible.
The wide variety of services they provide their clients include Linear Soakaways, Holding Tanks, Sewage Treatment Plants, Storm Water Attenuation Tanks, Flow Control Units, Hydrodynamic Separators, Chemical Treatment Works, Septic Tanks, Fuel Storage Tanks, Carrier Drain, Filter Drain, Gas Mains, Culverts / Headwalls, Gatic Drain Installation, Gullies, Water Main and French Drain.
Meanwhile, all of their comprehensive fleet and equipment is self-owned and is changed every three years.
The company is aware of its responsibilities in the relation to the environment and will make every effort to undertake practices and procedures that are sympathetic to the overall needs of the environment.
The method of achieving this is through a series of controls designed to ensure that conservation and its means of addressing environmental issues and will ensure that where appropriate these considerations are embodied in design and use of the company’s products.
One of the keys to CP Dynes’ success can be attributed to the experience, dedication and hard work of their experienced and loyal staff members.
CP Dynes meets all health and safety requirements with the help of Akeva Safety Solutions. All operatives are CSCS and Health and Safety trained and undergo testing in all relevant work practices.
On a day-to-day basis, the proprietor and supervisors are present on site and fully involved in personally directing and overseeing activities.
As regards training, they operate regular updating of NVQ qualifications for all employees and encourage all staff to undergo any training that will be beneficial to themselves, CP Dynes and the main contractor.
All their Supervisory staff undergo IFF (Incident Injury Free Training) and the SSSTS (Site Supervisors Safety Training Scheme) CITB.
“Over the years we have established the company’s reputation through our technical competence and true concern for the needs of our customers,” Stephen added.
“The requirements and expectations may change, but the competence, attitude and motivation of CP Dynes will not.
“We pride ourselves on understanding and reacting to the needs and expectations of our clients, whilst forging strong and long-lasting relationships.
“The company’s ethos is to provide the best standard of work for the client while keeping costs to a minimum.”
Stephen continued: “We hit our targets for 2015 and we continue to grow every year, as a plant and labour only specialist.”
CP Dynes have a broad portfolio of successfully completed projects across a range of sectors. The company’s comprehensive portfolio includes successfully completed projects such as the Olympic Village, The O2, Birmingham airport runway and The M25 to name but a few.
“The biggest project we’re working on at the moment is the A5 to M1 link road whilst we’ve previous completed projects in Ireland working for Lagan Construction.”
They are proud of the fact that a large percentage of their workload comes from repeat business and that they have a strong reputation for their competitive edge and reliable execution of all projects undertaken.
This is achieved through their relentless attention to detail and an experienced team with the drive and customer focus to ensure client satisfaction is a given on all CP Dynes projects.
Visit their website – www.cpdynes.com – to find out more.
C P Dynes
97 Oak Lodge Tye
Taken from Building Ireland magazine, Spring 2016, Vol 2, No 1