Glenman Corporation Ltd is committed to the principle of

 “right first time…. every time”

through the development and continuous improvement of its organisation, methods, systems, resources and performance.


Glenman is fully compliant to the internally recognised standard for management systems ISO 9001: 2008 and is committed to the continued implementation and improvement of this system.


The key elements of the system are:-

  • Quality Policy & Objectives
  • Quality Manual
  • Process & Procedures Manual
  • Standard controlled forms and documents
  • Management Review
  • Internal Auditing
  • Continuous Improvement

Click here to see Quality Policy in full

Environmental, Health & Safety

Glenman Corporation Ltd is committed to the highest standards of Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) performance across all it’s operations. EHS is a core business value and is committed to providing a safe and healthy work place and to minimise harm to the environment as a prerequisite to it’s operations.To this end Glenman is committed to continuous improvement in it’s EHS performance.


In order to achieve this aim Glenman has put in place a comprehensive management system for managing Environmental, Safety, Health and Welfare throughout all areas of it’s operations to meet it’s statutory obligations to employees, contractors and members of the general public alike. Glenman has maintained an enviable record during a period of considerable growth and it’s  EHS team leave no stone unturned in ensuring the continuation of it’s high standards. Glenman views it’s recent ISO 14001:2004 & OHSAS 18001: 2007 certification as an endorsement of the high standards to which it has always aspired.


All Glenman sites are regularly audited by it’s Environmental, Health & Safety team in order to ensure compliance with the systems and procedures; audit results are reviewed and immediate corrective action taken if and when required. Regular reviews are then undertaken at senior management level of the audit result and performance and measures implemented to achieve continuous improvement. Glenman has managed works safely during a period of growth and expansion and has in place the experience, staff, methods and procedures to continue doing so in the future.


Glenman has been appointed Main Contractor on one of the two national schools to be built to a Passive House standard in Ireland this year. It is hoped that this will be the next generation low energy school project. Passive Energy for schools shall mean; a high level of insulation, an airtight envelope   (< 0.9m³/sec/m² @ 50 Pa), a compact build, an efficient heating / mechanical ventilation & the avoidance of thermal bridging. The project is due for completion in March 2012.


Click here to see EHS Policy in full


Corporate Social Responsibility

Glenman Corporation Ltd is aware of the huge responsibility and impact it has as an organisation working in the construction industry today. To this extent it has developed a comprehensive Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy.


Glenman is committed to ensuring all it’s stakeholders, customers, suppliers, environment, communities & employees are treated with the utmost respect, trust and integrity.

Customers: In order to retain it’s existing & attract new customers Glenman is committed to providing the best service ‘first time, every time’.

Suppliers: Glenman’s first objective is to support local suppliers, build on existing relationships & create new ones thus supporting the local community.

Environment: In addition to maintaining it’s OHSAS 18001: 2007 accreditation Glenman is committed to the reduction of waste, the reuse & recycling of as much waste material as possible, the prevention of waste at design stage and the better control of material resulting in less wastage.

Communities: Glenman actively encourage it’s staff’s voluntary involvement in the local community and continue to donate to and support as many charities in any way possible.

Employees: Glenman promotes good working conditions & practises in order to retain & motivate existing staff, to attract new staff and to reduce accidents.