Cubic delivers shooting ranges and training systems that meet international design standards, as well as local and global health and safety laws, to provide safe, cost-effective and low-maintenance solutions.
Cubic maintains a standard of design excellence underpinned by a corporate culture that differentiates us from our competitors. We see design as being a holistic process in which sustainability and safety are key, as well as form, function, people and environment.
Our range designers regularly meet with the TAS group in the United Kingdom to discuss the latest developments in range design best practices. The TAS group manages the JSP 403 Handbook for Defence Land Range Safety on behalf of the UK's Ministry of Defence.
A safety-by-design methodology is fully embraced and encouraged, so that occupational and environmental risks are accounted for in early stages to reduce hazards in the construction and end-use phases of the project.
Our implementation of Building Information Modeling (BIM) allows our designers to work with remote consultants on the same data file that represents decisions being made by the global team. The same files are available to the climate, energy and environmental impact analysis consultants and cost analysis consultants to facilitate a seamless process.
Design and whole-system quality management audits are carried out annually by internationally accredited assessors. Cubic has:
- ISO 9001:2008 certification
- Safe contractor accreditation