Vision, Mission & Values
Suscons is an innovative sustainable company which carries out robust research and development of our own designed products to meet state of the art manufacturing and bring solutions to humanitarian project globally.
Our founders and team are qualified engineers from various backgrounds to bring advanced state of the art manufacturing technology to avoid waste.
"Welcome to Suscons' Recycling Initiative: Where Waste Finds Purpose and Sustainability Takes Root."
Emergency Relief Shelters
"Discover Suscons' Commitment to Compassion: Building Emergency Relief Shelters for Those in Need."
Meet Our Experts
Founder/Director MILT ACIBSE
Stephen Ford, as principal Founder/Director, recognises the breath of diversity needed to produce wide ranging solutions for both local authorities and the humanitarian sector, including creating sustainable construction solutions for sheltered homes and recycling methods to minimise waste.
Stephen is an Associate Member of The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers. His background includes working in Land Regeneration with Keepmoat Regeneration which later was bought over by Engi. Following this Stephen set up his own company which designed an award-winning starter home for low-income families,
Stephen continues his self-education within the construction industry and his interest in rural regeneration projects both in the UK and overseas. Stephen worked closely with The University of Birmingham’s Alternative Raw Materials with Low Impact (ARLI) collaborative research project and developed new technology to enhance smarter homes through Birmingham Tech’s Centre for Innovation in Advanced Measurement in Manufacturing (CIAMM). Stephen’s responsibilities with Suscons are to identify opportunities, structure long term relationships and build a strong team to lead and bring Suscons to the next generation of sustainable long term Emergency Relief Shelters.
Founder/Director BSC, MSC, DIC, CENG, CENV, CRWM, FICE, MCIWM
With over 40 years of experience, predominantly in consultancy within the civil engineering industry, Peter is a recognised expert in sustainability and sustainable development of major infrastructure and regeneration projects. He has developed and delivered sustainability strategies for numerous major infrastructure and built environment projects and programmes internationally, including the London 2012 Olympic Park. Over the last 10 years, Peter has held both teaching and research part time roles at the University of Birmingham. He led the £4.2m Alternative Raw Materials with Low Impact (ARLI) collaborative research project, which identified waste streams and other materials that by innovation could be transformed into higher value materials for the construction industry and other applications. Peter is also looking at process improvements to aid low-carbon production of materials and is positively contributing to the concept of the circular economy. Peter’s role within Suscons is to lead innovation and technical development of our products and services.
We use approximately 450 kg of recycled PVC material.