Domis hiring for 550-home Cornwall programme

Domis is hosting a ‘meet the buyer’ event to connect with local labour and supply chains ahead of its upcoming projects in Cornwall.
The Domis team at work

Construction company Domis is hosting a ‘meet the buyer’ event to connect with local labour and supply chains ahead of its upcoming projects in Cornwall.The event will take place at The Hotel Bristol in Newquay, Cornwall on Thursday 9 June between 1pm and 7pm and will be open for all relevant professionals to attend.It will be the first step in the recruitment of local contractors and suppliers for Domis’ upcoming construction projects, which include developments in Tuckingmill, St Ives and Newquay, and will number over 550 new homes.Lee McCarren, managing director of Domis said: “We have a busy schedule with some great projects ahead of us in Cornwall and we’re looking to establish some long-term relationships with local supply chains and labour to help us deliver them.“This event will be a great opportunity to meet with local people and organisations that share our passion and commitment to creating excellence. We’re looking forward to meeting local trades and sharing some information about ourselves and our exciting pipeline of opportunities.”Domis has a strong reputation for its partner relationships which includes initiatives like enhanced staff welfare with on-site kitchens or food vans and adopting industry-leading payment terms.McCarren continued: “We have excelled in the industry and expanded to be a nationwide leader in quality and value. We’re passionate about our company values, our project delivery, and our team members.“Our relationship with our partners is integral to our business. We work with people and businesses that we trust and endorse, from the planning stage to project handover. This will be no different with our operations in Cornwall.”Founded in 2017, Domis is the construction partner for developer Salboy and is led by managing director and industry veteran Lee McCarren.The company is currently involved in several large-scale projects across the UK including the £300 million Viadux development and 28 storey Anchorage Quay in the Northwest, as well as the prestigious Cluny Mews project in Kensington and Chelsea.

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