Supply Chain

Total Regen Supply chain overview & application

Total Regeneration take the selection of their subcontractors extremely seriously. Our supply chain database contains subcontractors from all trades within the industry, some of which have enjoyed repeat working relationships with us over a number of years. 

Our internal policies ensure the right subcontractors are selected for any particular project, taking into consideration previous experience, safety records, geographical location, insurances and relevant accreditations. 

Untilisation of our supply chain certainty and value for money, but also to provide both the client and the contractor the total confidence there will be no compromise to health and safety, programming and overall relationships.

We partner on a 1 to 1 basis with many of our supply chain, whereby early involvement helps to overcome any design problems or concerns, early value engineering opportunities and resolutions to provide the client with the most competitive and cost-effective bid. 

Subcontractors wishing to work with Total Regeneration Group must complete our PQQ which will be reviewed and if appropriate, added to our supply chain database.

Contractor Application

Please download the PQQ from below. Once competed, please email your application to

Our Ethos

Total Regeneration have a long term view in protecting the stability and the development of the business, as we feel an obligation exists from us to all in what make contact with in our working day.

Our strategy

Total Regeneration’s strategy is derived from our mission to make tomorrow a better place and our vision to be the leader in delivering integrated solutions for infrastructure, buildings and services.

Supporting Communities

We believe that contributing to the economic, environmental and social well-being of the communities where we live and work is not only our responsibility, but our obligation. Community relationships are an integral part of our business


Technology has the potential to transform the way we work and we have long embraced new technology as a route towards becoming a safer, more efficient and better organisation. An example of this is machine control.

Positive Impact

Through this plan, we’re able to create measurable objectives which allow us to better harness the fantastic aspects of what we do and move towards achieving greatness in all areas. Applying a business-wide strategy 

Our Culture

Through a range of communications programmes and targeted training initiatives we are working hard to achieve our Target Zero goal: zero accidents and zero ill health caused by work. Through our Health Like Safety 


This commitment is reflected in our detailed environmental policy which sets clearly defined environmental roles and responsibilities towards respecting the environmental demands of our community and wider society.

Why Join us

As a rapidly expanding integrated company in the region, we are proud to be an employer and we know that it is our employees who allow us to deliver the highest levels of quality and professionalism, which we pride ourselves 


Total Regeneration Group values are present throughout the Group and they reflect our commitment to sustainability. After over 14 years in business we have seen a lot of changes which is why we recognise

Contractor Payment Policy

We recognise that the Construction industry has historically had a reputation for late payments to suppliers and that the UK Government is striving to rectify this through the faster payment partnership

Workplace Diversity

Diversity is the fact that we are all unique and inclusion is about valuing that. Having diversity embedded in the business allows us to benefit from having a range of perspectives in decision-making.

Quality Control

We deliver on quality by putting our focus firmly on our customers. We invest the time and resources in getting to know our customers: their objectives, demands and challenges.

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