Peter Marchant is the CEO at M3 Global Flood Technologies. Based in Droitwich, Worcestershire, the company delivers quality-assured and Kitemark-certified flood-prevention products for new constructions and existing property.
Since forming the business in September 2018, Marchant and the company have worked closely with industry and the BSI to establish product Kitemarks that are independently tested to PAS1188 industry standard. This has since been upgraded to the new flood-protection standard BS 851188, which came into effect in May 2021.
The vision Marchant has for the business is to continue to provide world-class flood-defence protection to the general public, business owners, local authorities and councils, housing associations, infrastructure providers and operators and the Environment Agency at an affordable price and, above all, to offer an unparalleled level of customer service.
In the News
Flood Re stages parliamentary launch of 'Build Back Better'
News | Published April 29th 2022, 8:18 am
This month saw Flood Re stage the parliamentary launch of a new insurance initiative headlining as ‘Build Back Better’, a scheme which intends to adapt homes and protect communities from flooding.Read more →
Flood Action Week: Environment Agency and M3 Floodtec warn against complacency ahead of wet winter
News | Published November 26th 2021, 1:21 pm
Flood Action Week [November 22-28] has brought the release of a new analysis from the Environment Agency, which suggests that 60 per cent of households living in flood prone areas do not believe that they will be affected.Read more →
M3 Global Flood Technologies completes Sheffield flood protection project
News | Published November 17th 2021, 3:57 pm
M3 Global Flood Technologies recently completed flood protection works for the Forged Solutions Group to help safeguard its premises in Sheffield, South Yorkshire.Read more →
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