MENARD VIBRO is actively committed to the creation and maintenance of a sustainable business and working environment.

As leaders in the Ground Improvement field and part of one of the world’s largest construction groups we have the opportunity to call on the experience of a wide range of resources and assistance to help us achieve our goals.

We are continuously seeking improvement as demonstrated by our accreditation to OHSAS18001:2007 for our safety management system and this is borne out by the fact that in 2011 the business based in the Middle East had the lowest Accident Frequency Rate of all of the Menard group of companies despite having the highest level of activity. For 2012 we have set ourselves an even more stringent target and have started increasing the level of training and communication with our staff from the Management to the labourers on site.

We also show our commitment to caring for our environment by our accreditation to ISO14001:2004 and our initiatives to lessen our impact on the world around us. Two recent initiatives are a new provider for the recycling of office paper and the recycling of waste oils from our sites via service stations who then dispose of the oil for recycling.

Starting from 2012 we have employed a new QA/QC manager who is working with the management and staff towards accreditation to ISO9001:2008 and we are reviewing all of the major processes within our business to streamline and improve them wherever possible.

We are also in the process of reviewing our Staff Development procedures and have introduced a formal career review system and are using this to identify training needs for our employees because we strongly believe that they are the strength of our company and that the company will improve if we invest in our staff.

We believe that the actions described above demonstrate MENARD VIBRO’S commitment to operating and sustaining a business that is fit for the region and fit for the demands of the modern and clients that we deal with on a daily basis and that our active management of these issues is appropriate to our position as a market leader in our field.

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The Works consisting in more than 2,600,000 m2 of ground improvement by means of Dynamic Compaction, Dynamic Replacement and Dynamic Surcharge, were managed in a timely manner and resulted in turning very poor quality ground ( known as “Sabkha”) into a platform with enough baring capacity to support the future buildings to be construct anywhere on site with no settlement nor liquefaction risk.
S.M.AL- Saikhan
King Abdullah University of Science & Technology project
Saudi Aramco – Saudi Arabia