Structure & Marquee Event Site ForemenBristol - South England
At our first annual company gathering, made up of our team leaders, project managers, warehouse team, drivers, office staff and directors, we all decided that we wanted to make the company as good as it could be and we all still believe this. We all agreed that if we were going to deliver a service, it would be the best service possible. For over 30 years, it has been our mission to be the best we can for our customers.
Whilst we deliver complex events and services across the whole of the UK, the most important thing we supply is a personal service, delivered to our customers by our dedicated teams.
We’ve always said that in order to succeed, we have to be better than the competition and adapt to what our customers need. Well, we’re still here; while we’ve seen competitors come and go. Today, Field and Lawn is stronger than ever.
We’re extremely proud to say that some of our very first staff members are still with us and many of our drivers, warehouse workers and team managers now have over two decades of service with the company.
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We have evolved significantly over the last 30+ years. Many of our current staff have been here from the early days, including our Founder and Chief Executive as well as several of our drivers, warehouse men and foremen. Even one of our current directors has over 25 years’ service with the company.
Geography is as important as history to us. The business started in Edinburgh and has expanded to its current size of 4 fully operational branches in London, Manchester, Bristol and Edinburgh. We are able to provide truly national coverage for each of our services, whether it be marquee and structure hire, festive lighting or overlay services.
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