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Welcome to suscons

Bringing sustainable construction method to the market place.

Suscons mission is to design and manufacture sustainable affordable housing , schools and hospitals for social developments globally.

What we do

Suscons researches and designs products for the next generations of modern manufacturing to bring to the global market place through extensive research and development.

Our team are qualified engineers from various backgrounds to bring new advanced technology and sustainable material to provide added resilience to the supply chain, preserve natural materials and avoid waste.

Our

products

Modular Buildings

We are developing pioneering solutions to modular accommodation. In line with our core values, we work with

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disaster relief shelter

The shelter provides a minimum 2.0m head height and internal space of 3.5m x 4.0m, suitable for a family of four,

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Suscons have decided that we will not claim a ‘Net Zero strategy’ until there is a validated, transparent means of setting a strategy which complies with regulatory approval and effectively contributes to Government targets. Our approach is to adopt the most sustainable path to every stage of our operations, which includes adopting low carbon solutions. We wish to avoid the dash to Net Zero, which can in some cases work against the most sustainable solution, but minimise carbon emissions wherever we can.

Who are we?

Suscons are an innovative company.
We formed the business through a collaboration of engineers and innovators from a research programme called ARLI (University of Birmingham) to bring new sustainable products to the market place from research and development of RAW MATRIALS waste and innovative materials into new products

Stephen Ford

Director

Stephen Ford as its principal Director. Stephen recognises the breath of diversity needed within his team to produce wide ranging solutions for both local authorities and the private sector use of sheltered homes and recycling methods by creating sustainable construction solutions. Stephen is a Member of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and is focused on continued self-education within the construction industry. Stephen is also experienced within rural regeneration projects both in the UK and overseas. Stephen works closely with The University of Birmingham’s Alternative Raw Materials with Low Impact (ARLI) collaborative research project and developing new technology to enhance smarter homes through CIAMM (Centre for Innovation in Advanced Measurement in Manufacturing (CIAMM). Stephens responsibility are with Suscons is to identify opportunities and structure long term relationships and build a strong team to lead and bring Suscons UK Ltd to the next generation of truly affordable self-contained energy efficiency sheltered homes and sustainable materials to the global marketplace.
Stephens responsibility are with Suscons is to identify opportunities and structure long term.

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 majo 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 is currently leading the Alternative Raw Materials with Low Impact (ARLI) collaborative research project, which identify waste streams or other materials that by innovation can be transformed into higher value materials for the construction industry or other application. 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 sustainable development of major infrastructure and regeneration projects.

Peter Braithwaite

Director

BSc, MSc, DIC, CEng, CEnv, CRWM, FICE, MCIWM

Peter Braithwaite

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 majo 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 is currently leading the Alternative Raw Materials with Low Impact (ARLI) collaborative research project, which identify waste streams or other materials that by innovation can be transformed into higher value materials for the construction industry or other application. 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 sustainable development of major infrastructure and regeneration projects.

Jon Roberts

DIRECTOR

Jon has been a Consultant within the waste and construction industry and has considerable expertise working in Sustainability, Circular Economy, Business and Software Development both here in the United Kingdom and Europe. He has a wide network across UK Business and Academia and has helped many in developing new innovative ideas.