CGM Group has been maintaining local authority and commercial open spaces successfully for 30 years to the high standards our clients expect. We have committed to investing in the latest plant and equipment to deliver a quality service within our client’s budget requirements. From carrying out regular grass cutting through to a full site maintenance specification we can cater our maintenance programmes to our customers service needs.
In order to give our customers peace of mind our staff are DBS checked prior to being permitted to work on any school, housing association or other site where safeguarding is an issue. All team members are fully trained to RHS, NVQ, NPTC, LANTRA, BAGMA or ROLO standards as applicable for the work they are required to carry out.
We understand the importance of a well maintained landscape and how this is often the first thing that visitors come into contact with when attending a site and how it can affect the impression they are given.
We are committed to working in partnership with all our clients, large or small, to achieve their goals. As part of this commitment to our customers, we have invested in the latest live site reporting technology. Our maintenance teams are issued with mobile devices that receive work instructions electronically. Teams are required to complete individual job tickets for each site they are working on and provide photos of completed works that can be supplied to the client.
We advocate monthly or quarterly progress meetings to ensure that our clients are regularly updated on the maintenance standard of their sites and any issues or additional works can be discussed and suitable actions agreed upon.
In 2014 CGM Group was awarded a prestigious national landscape award for grounds maintenance at Thetford Town Council’s Kings House Gardens. The British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI) accolade resulted from a rigorous judging process with judges impressed by the high level of grounds maintenance at the gardens, attention to detail, introduction of new features and the allocation of a full-time gardener, Adam Chown. The award follows previous success in 2012 where CGM Group scooped two other awards.