We are making conscious decisions to reduce our environmental impact and safeguard communities. We offer innovation in our material selection and our familiarity with an abundance of construction methodologies means we provide sustainable construction.
We use our environmental management system to ensure we produce the least amount of waste possible during operations and we are pleased to say that we currently diver 100% of our waste from landfill.

We are switching to electric vehicles


The LMAC Group is now switching to electric company cars as we accelerate our drive towards a reduction in carbon emissions.



LMAC Group are growing. If you want to join our dynamic, forward thinking company to continue your career, and enjoy where you are working, then get in touch. We have opportunities at head office and on site. Currently we are looking for:

  • Contract/Project Manager
  • Site Managers
  • Multi-skilled operatives
  • Carpenters
  • Procurement Manager
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Electrical Engineers
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We support a number of local charities and also national schemes that are close to our heart.

JDRF are a charity who carry out research to find a cure, treat and prevent type 1 diabetes. They work with the government and academia and industry to accelerate research in the UK and within healthcare policy to ensure that the outcomes of research are delivered to people with type 1 in the UK, as well as giving support and a voice to people with type 1 and their families.

We supported JDRF by holding a charity golf day and a raffle.


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Whizz-kidz wants all disabled children’s lives to be full of fun, friendship and freedom. They achieve this by providing equipment services for all types of wheelchairs to children and young people, enabling them to lead independent lives. They also run clubs, camps, wheelchair skills training and work placements to help develop confidence and independence.

Our Managing Director, Lee McDowell, joined the Whizz Kidz team and impressively ran the London Marathon in just over 5 hours.


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Bobby Moore was just 51 years old when he died. Shortly after his death in 1993, Bobby’s widow Stephanie Moore MBE set up the Bobby Moore Fund as a restricted fund of Cancer Research UK to raise money for pioneering bowel cancer research.

This time Lee joined forces with DNA Insurance Services to help raise money for this charity by arranging various events and creating a network of business individuals to raise funds.


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If you would like to support any of our charities please visit their individual websites following the links provided.



LMAC Group also likes to sponsor the local clubs and good causes within the community. Below are a selection of images from places we have made a difference