Pert Bruce Construction

Health, Safety, Environmental & Quality

All workers are entitled to work in environments where risks to their health and safety are properly controlled. At Pert Bruce we employ strict health and safety measures to ensure the safety of both our own employees as well as visiting external parties.

All managers are trained through the Site Management Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) to full health and safety compliance and we hold monthly training meetings to ensure all operatives remain updated to current standards and regulations.

We are members of The Scottish Building Federation and we are also members of the Safety Association of Federated Employers (SAFE) which provides us with a full independent safety team that carry out monthly site inspections, ensuring full compliance with all health and safety regulations – our Managing Director, Craig Bruce, is on the Board of SAFE.

All our operatives carry Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) cards. Our staff are fully trained in good health and safety practice and we comply with HSE’s training requirements of annual training for all staff alongside our site inductions and tool box talks.

We strive to ensure all our sites are safe, not only for our operatives, but also our clients and all of the sub-contractors used are competent and go through our standard sub-contractor vetting procedure.

HSEQ Accreditations

ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System

Scope of certification

  • Building and Construction
  • Maintenance and Refurbishment

ISO 45001:2018 Occupational Health and Safety Management System

Scope of certification

  • Building and Construction
  • Maintenance and Refurbishment

ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System

Scope of certification

  • Building and Construction
  • Maintenance and Refurbishment

CITB is the industry training board  for the construction sector in England, Scotland, and Wales

The Scottish building federation was established in 1895, working with its member to bring together ideals, collective needs and collaborative business practices.

Alcumus Safe Contractor Ltd is a UKAS accredited Type C Inspection body under ISO 17020:2012 covering the SSIP Core Criteria element of the Safe Contractor Assessment Standard.

The NHBC Standards define the technical requirements and performance standards for the design and construction of new homes registered with us and provide guidance on how these can be achieved.


Demonstrated compliance with the CHAS standards in line with SSIP Core Criteria and UK H&S Legislation and has been awarded accreditation to the requirements of the CDM Regulations 2015


Safety Association of Federated Employers and are committed to the protection of the health, safety and welfare of those affected by its activities

Working with construction buyers and suppliers for 20 years – we work closely with our partners and have a deep understanding of buyers’ needs. At Constructionline, we pride ourselves on opening up opportunities for members to access a wide range of procurement contracts and projects – and for buyers to access a validated pool of high quality suppliers.

What our Clients & Partners say…

“I am very pleased that I entrusted this firm with the renovation of my old apartment because I just couldn’t leave the place in such a bad condition. This company has undertaken a whole renovation. It has fully been taken care of the whole job by the team. I was fully satisfied with their job, I think it worth every penny for it.”


“I have never before been a position where I have felt that the excellent scores I have given above were even pertinent, let alone so well deserved. The personal and immediate attention of the management team, when it was requested/required was excellent and a key to the end result. Performance time and cost parameters were kept – except where they were outwith the company’s control. We have had experiences of other main contractors and PB behaved and performed in a manner, head and shoulders above them.”

Rear Admiral Christopher Hockley, Chief Executive of The MacRobert Trust