Our Approach

Our primary focus is to deliver the highest standard of workmanship to each of our projects and to continue our reputation of keeping clients happy.

Our Process

A dedicated team comprising a Quantity Surveyor, Project Manager, Site Manager and our in-house team of trades people are designated to your project for the duration of the works to guarantee the level of service, time and management that all our clients deserve. Project meetings and site inspections will ensue and with a full-time on-site manager, the progress and quality of work is monitored on a continual and consistent basis.

Robin overseas the construction team to ensure the company’s high level of workmanship is maintained.

All project information is processed through our main office staff, who work closely with our site and project managers. Our communication and information turnaround are highly effective and as a result, we minimise potential project delays by dealing with all project aspects promptly and prudently.


Interior finishes and joinery are fully inspected prior to leaving the workshops. We have storage facilities at our office where we inspect and store all second fix sanitary ware, electrics and high-value items until ready for installation to prevent any potential delays or damage occurring. A complete snagging process will be completed prior to the design team undertaking their respective final checks.

These measures and others are taken to ensure that no stone is left unturned in delivering work that is of an impeccable standard. Attention to the finer details is a requirement of all those who contribute to the careful delivery of your project.

Health and Safety

At Bailey and Jones we are committed to and recognise our responsibility so far as is reasonably practicable, to ensure the safety, health and welfare of all persons and operatives employed on site.

For each of our projects, we appoint an independent CDM consultant to ensure compliance on our sites, and we have an independent health and safety officer who carries out regular site inspections. The latter provides sufficient and regular staff training to ensure the health, wellbeing and safety of all staff is held at the forefront of all that we do, including the appointment of an in-house Mental Health Officer.