As a business, CFM is proud to boast a comprehensive Corporate Social Responsibility strategy ‘Together’

Our ‘Together’ Strategy ensures that we are committed to behaving in an ethical and responsible manner and is founded on three distinct pillars: people, planet and place.

Social value is not just about how we provide social, economic and environmental benefits within the areas we work. Our approach to social value goes beyond the initial investment, and we work to provide long-term benefits and a lasting community legacy.

Our CSR Strategy ‘Together’ provides strategic direction that allows us to take responsibility for our efforts and contributions for improving the communities we serve, by actively engaging, promoting, and supporting our local communities, our people and the environment.

We ensure that all initiatives based around our three pillars are supported through a strong network of local partners and providers. This allows us to make the best use of established local networks and ensures direct benefits to the local community and its residents.

Our strategy ensures that we are proactive, responsible, and engaged.



We ensure our initiatives support the communities we serve, providing employment opportunities, supporting our local schools and colleges, and assisting the most vulnerable.


We work to ensure our infrastructure and processes reduce the environmental impact of our operations and help safeguard the future for generations


We work to actively maintain a diverse programme of events including sponsorship, fundraising initiatives, and volunteering that benefit our local communities


Corporate Health and Wellbeing

CFM operates a robust Health & Wellbeing Strategy ‘RESTORE’ where we ensure that the health and wellbeing of our staff and extended supply chain is priority.

We recognise the need for a healthy, happy and well workforce to ensure we continue to remain productive and efficient.

Our strategy applies to all of CFM staff, our supply chain partners, and those in the local community, to provide guidance and support on all things wellbeing. Our strategy allows CFM to provide a safe and supportive working environment, in which everyone is empowered to actively engage in maintaining their own wellbeing. We recognise that health and wellbeing goes far beyond the traditional sense of just physical health. Our holistic approach is built on 5 key pillars of wellbeing: Health, Mind, Community, Work and Home. Each pillar is supported and driven by a dedicated champion who empowers engagement of staff, and helps maintain our wellbeing culture. 

Our ‘RESTORE’ strategy is complimented by our bespoke wellbeing app, where our staff have access to toolkits for dealing with issues such as mental health, stress, healthy eating and financial wellbeing. It also serves as an engagement platform for driving company news and events.

Our strategy ensures that a wellbeing culture is maintained across the business.



We make it a priority that all of our staff are equipped with all the tools and information needed to ensure they actively maintain their own health


We put a key emphasis on wellbeing of the mind, ensuring our staff are educated on mental health, they know where they can get help, and who they can talk to


We ensure that we maintain the health and wellbeing of our extended supply chain. We engage actively with communities, charities and social enterprises.



We commit to safeguarding the health and safety of our staff, supply chain, customers and the public. We work to ensure effective controls are in place, staff are continually educated, and performance is monitored


We recognise the need for a work life balance. We ensure a holistic approach to wellbeing, where family life and wellbeing is incorporated in all we do. We promote a family ethos, encouraging a healthy work/life balance.



Our Staff & their Kids Take Part in CFM's Rainbow Competition

Our staff and their kids recently got creative for our ‘Rainbow Competition’ in support of the NHS, where they spent time creating their best rainbow to be in with a chance of winning an Amazon tablet. There were some fantastic entries..


CFM Staff Complete CMI Level 7 Diploma in Strategic Management & Leadership

We are delighted to say that 3 of our Senior Management Team have now completed their CMI Level 7 Diploma in Strategic Management & Leadership with the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).


CFM Director Completes Course with Institute of Directors NI

We would like to congratulate our Corporate Services Director Paula Loughlin, who has just recently completed the course ‘Finance for Non-Finance Directors, Level 8’ with the Institute of Directors in Ireland.


CFM Secure Framework with Antrim & Newtownabbey Borough Council

We are delighted to continue our relationship with Antrim & Newtownabbey Borough Council having recently renewed our position on their Building Framework to carry out maintenance and minor works projects to their estates.


CFM Staff Complete our Corporate 100 Day Challenge

This week brings our “100 Day Challenge” to an end. In January past, our staff embarked on a corporate wellness challenge to commit to exercise every day for the foreseeable 100 days. 49 of our staff signed up for the challenge, and their results are remarkable!


CFM Staff commit to remote learning during lock down

Through the powers of technology and remote working, training will continue for our staff, making best use of this time to complete and update worthwhile training across the business. Our CIOB Level 4 staff who are completing their certificate..


CFM staff celebrate International Womens Day 2020

Last month the ladies at CFM celebrated International Women’s Day, a day which is set aside to celebrate the social, economic and cultural achievements of women across the world. CFM support females across all roles within the business, from trades apprenticeships...



At our Annual Staff Engagement Event 2020, we recognised the fantastic service and commitment of some of our longer serving team, as 2020 marks a milestone in their CFM careers. Eugene Lynn our Southwest Depot Manager...


CFM awarded place on Mid East & Antrim Borough Council 'Minor Works Framework'

CFM have recently been awarded a place on Mid and East Antrim Borough Council 'Minor Works Building Framework'. CFM are one of four contractors placed on this framework to complete building repair..



Team CFM were delighted to attend Deloitte’s ‘Best Managed Companies Symposium 2020’ on Friday past in the Convention Centre Dublin, having requalified as one of 14 Gold Standard Best Managed Companies in Northern Ireland.