The core business revolves around refurbishment and maintenance of residential, commercial and industrial property. Various social housing organisations and property management companies make up the predominant part of our expanding client base. We offer competitive pricing with quick turnaround whilst maintaining professionalism, quality and safe systems of work.

We are able to tender for works of any value across a large geographical area. Our typical workload at any one time consists of void property refurbishments, landscaping & fencing, surfacing & linemarking, repair & decoration, metalwork and flooring projects.

Our staff are qualified to recognised standards such as S.M.S.T.S and receive regular training and updates in Asbestos Awareness, First Aid, PASMA, IPAF, Abrasive Wheels and Working at Height amongst others.

Always seeking for innovation in our specialist fields, Hallmark reduce costs and security issues on refurbishment projects by using alternatives to traditional forms of scaffolding wherever possible. Aluminium system scaffolds and powered access machinery greatly reduce the cost to the client when having to undertake external repairs, decoration or fascia replacement contracts. Such methods also alleviate the potential problems of unauthorised access to a property, giving residents and property owners peace of mind during the contract period.

With environmental issues increasingly at the forefront of property refurbishment considerations, Hallmark take their responsibilities regarding such issues very seriously. Always seeking to use timber and other materials from sustainable sources and reducing/recycling packaging wherever possible. With paint and other containers making up a considerable amount of waste produced on sites, Hallmark have enrolled in merchant recycling initiatives, making sure that as little as possible ends up in landfill.

Asbestos is a major concern for anyone considering refurbishment works to aged properties. If an asbestos register for a property is not available, Hallmark ensure that an asbestos survey is undertaken to establish the extent and nature of asbestos present prior to any works commencing. Our specialists are then consulted should removal or encapsulation works be necessary. Full method and risk assessments are compiled and works carried out strictly in accordance with their requirements. Air sampling, testing and laboratory analysis is then undertaken to ensure that the occupiers’ environment remains at a safe level within the constraints of legislation.

Hallmark are committed to offering an exceptional service delivery.

We have a local management team, always available including out of hours emergency.

Local skilled workforce – minimise environmental impact.

Local procurement – materials / plant obtained from local businesses.

Resident liaison – management team meet with residents and discuss project.

Site rules – compiled following feedback from residents.

Considerate - high priority to keeping noise and dust to a minimum.

Tidy environment – high priority to house keeping.

Waste Management – high priority to waste segregation and recycling.  

Cost savings - Alternative equivalent methods or materials to offer savings on the project wherever possible

Hallmark staff receive regular training and updates given by HCS Safety.

Regular reviews are carried out to ensure all training is in place and any shortfall identified and rectified.

Most site operatives have remained with Hallmark for many years and it is the company’s policy to retain our trained workforce and develop it further though expansion of the company’s business.

Apprenticeships & Training – Hallmark actively seek to offer apprenticeships and welcome applications from young people wanting a career in the construction industry.

Hallmark ensure that sufficient resources are allocated to projects to complete the works safely, on time and exactly to the specification.

Contracts Director and Contracts Manager make weekly / daily site visits respectively.

Management team would always be available to liaise with you concerning all aspects of a contract.

Site Supervisor would be in attendance every working day to direct trades and organise deliveries plus ensure all works are carried out safely and strictly in accordance with the specification.

Direct workforce is programmed to undertake the majority of the builders work, ensuring overlap between trades / specialists and therefore continuity.


Gary Smith

Managing Director

Gary was a partner of another highly successful construction company for 20 years before founding Hallmark in April 2009. With Hallmark, Gary has continued his good working relationship with a number of housing associations and property management companies, generating repeat business based upon quality service and competitive tendering.

Rob MacNish


30 years in the industry, previously working for national contractors. As Director at Hallmark responsible for all aspects of project management – financial, contract management, quality, health & safety. Trained in CITB Director’s Health & Safety, SMSTS, IPAF, PASMA.

Simon Smith

Contracts Manager

20 years experience as site operative. As Contracts Manager at Hallmark responsible for all aspects of site management, quality, health & safety. Trained in CITB SSSTS, IPAF, PASMA, Scaffold Inspection.

Marc Waddington

Site Supervisor

Trade & Subcontractor organisation, Quality, Health & Safety & SSSTS, Tasked trained in Non Licenced Asbestos removal, Emergency First Aid.

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