UKFB - A new calibre of master builders federation
Since its founding, the United Kingdom Federation of Builders has earned its reputation as the fastest growing master builders federation. Our landmark, one-of-a-kind accreditation process is unequalled as we continually strive for building excellence. UKFB’s success is firmly grounded in the company’s dedication to the success of its members, clients and its employees.
UKFB is a full-service master builders federation offering a range of services to all builders and specialist contractors including: accreditation licensing, pre-construction services, construction consulting, construction advice & guidance, construction management, health & safety advice, and a trusted trader website service.
Initially established in 1973, UKFB was born to protect small and medium sized building companies. We believe all construction operatives should have the knowledge and information to operate their service in a manner that protects both the trade and the client and to operate within the legal framework, guidelines and regulations that are required.
Today United Kingdom Federation of Builders has grown to be recognised as the UK’s fastest growing master builders federation.
We offer UK builders & trades an accreditation & licensing service unparallelled by any other. We pride ourselves on our rigorous accreditation process, built on tried and tested means that have served UK trades for over 40 years. Our mission is to dynamically represent UK building trades whilst championing their professional expertise and ensuring they deliver the highest quality and best value to consumers.
Join UKFB today and see the real and measuarable difference our membership will make to your construction business.
We believe in doing the right things for the right reasons. Taking responsibility, treating people fairly and with respect.
Our guarantee is our bond. Never compromising the truth, we adhere to moral and ethical principles.
Conducting ourselves with openness, seeking feedback from all directions to achieve open communication.