About Lukasz Kisiel
Lukasz has grown up within the construction industry, sparking his passion at an early age. Growing up in Poland, both his father and god-father owned construction businesses which specialized in resi new build. Lukasz spent many summers working on their sites, allowing him to gain a hands-on experience and foster an enthusiasm for construction that has only grown over the years.
In 2008, Lukasz was able to realize his lifelong dream of building his own construction company, Renovate to Perfection Ltd. The name of the company was later changed to Kisiel Ltd in 2013, in an effort to better reflect the work of the company and build a more recognizable brand within the industry. Since its founding, the company has experienced significant growth and has been involved on a variety of projects up the the approximate value of £1 million.
Through his work, Lukasz is committed to promoting sustainability in construction. Lukasz enjoys that, through sustainability in construction, the company is able to tackle some of the most critical global issues which affect our planet. With a deep understanding of diminishing natural resources, Lukasz Kisiel is focused on finding innovative products and designs which come from reclaimed or recycled materials or use significantly less energy to produce.
Lukasz has a great interest in prefabricated buildings, particularly with Timber frames. Currently, Lukasz is actively following activities of the Structural Timber Association. Furthermore, Lukasz will be beginning a self build project in the coming months where timber frame technology will be utilized. Sustainable practices such this are a clear win-win, as the technology not only provides sustainable advantages but provides a much faster way of construction buildings form traditional methods.
Through this work in quality control, environmental awareness and health safety the company has been awarded the following BSI standards:
August 2012 – BSI Standards
- Quality Management System – ISO 9001:2008
- Environmental Management System – ISO 14001:2004
September 2012 – BSI Standards
- Occupational Health & Safety management System – OHSAS 18001:2007