4m Floors UK Ltd is the premier name in design, supply and installation of commercial and industrial flooring systems.
Our consultative approach means we listen carefully to establish what our clients want, advise on the best way forward, and then provide a solution that fits its exact purpose.
The service extends across the UK.
Working with facilities and property managers, process engineers, architects and design and build contractors, 4m understands the diverse needs clients place on flooring projects.
We have the ability to undertake works across the UK and Ireland over a broad size range. This includes large scale works, of which 4m has wide experience through projects such as Bentley Motors, Airbus and Jaguar, as well as smaller projects.
Our service includes:
- Flowable pumped screeds
- Smooth self-levelling epoxy resin
- Car park decking
- Surface and underground drainage works
- Hygienic/decorative wall finishes
- Anti-static systems
- Elastomeric systems
- Decorative epoxy flooring
4m’s ongoing training plan provides our operatives and staff with high competency levels from NVQ levels 2 to 6, recognised Site Management/Supervisors Safety Training Scheme awards and so on.
We have recently undergone an audit by Investor in People and are pleased to confirm we passed with flying colours.
Health and Safety
Well trained staff make for a safer working environment and our health and safety policies and procedures go hand-in-hand with our training plan for maximum effectiveness.
As a member of the Building Safety Group (BSG) all of our sites are frequently audited. We also have health and safety experts to deliver risk assessment plans, health and safety plans and completed operational and maintenance files.
4m has a structured quality procedure, in line with its position as a holder of ISO 19001.
4m is a holder of ISO 14001. We use VOC-free, solvent-free products and have a comprehensive environmental policy, which all staff support and work to.
Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again.
Sorry, unable to load the Maps API.