Our belief in business is that people, relationships, and an acute understanding of how our independent roles link together are key to achieving our overall objectives.
From our board to investors, site teams to office staff, our focus is to develop successful and moral people who want to grow with us to achieve our cultural ethos and business goals.
Upon reflection of our organisation’s history, it was apparent that the culture within our people was the fundamental contributor to our success. We, therefore, felt it essential to document our ethos and bring to life our cultural vision alongside our social values to future proof what we have successfully built together.
For many years EA-RS Fire Engineering, part of EA-RS Group, has supported Essex based charity, Helping Hands. A charity empowering individuals to recover from addiction. Offering residential and non-residential rehabilitation for recovery against addiction with a focus on those who are homeless or facing homelessness. Thousands of pounds have been raised through golf days, go-carting and mud races, as well as the donation of many hours of volunteering including working through a back to work initiative for patients and clients.
On behalf of Build Aid we have taken part in two skydives in Spain and two Canon ball rallies across Europe and contributed tens of thousands of pounds in donations. Build Aid provides specialist construction aid in the form of design expertise, cost planning and project management, delivering permanent new-build and re-construction projects for people in desperate need around the world, where projects are built to last communities a lifetime.
CCSS, part of EA-RS Group, has supported Cystic Fibrosis Trust since 2009 with tens of thousands of pounds being raised over the years. During this time the team has taken part in a range of fundraising activities including a tandem skydive. The Cystic Fibrosis Trust is ‘fighting for a life unlimited for everyone affected by cystic fibrosis’. Their mission is to ‘create a world where being born with CF no longer means a lifelong burden of care and an early death when everyone living with the condition will be able to look forward to a long, healthy life’.