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FIS represents specialists in all aspects of the interior fit-out and finishes sector. We are a truly vertically integrated organisation with members from across the sector supply chain. We work on behalf of the sector to develop skills, drive technical competence and support our community. We help members to make the most of opportunities through advice, training, technical support and dialogue with government and other stakeholders.

What is our Mission Statement?

Our vision is to be a driving force in the construction industry. Our mission is to set members up for success.

Who are our members?

  • Main contractors
  • Specialist contractors
  • Suppliers (Manufacturers)
  • Suppliers (Distributors)

Contact a member here

What services do we offer?

  • Advice
  • Awards and events
  • Dialogue with government and other industry bodies
  • Industry updates
  • Special Interest Groups and discussion forums
  • Training
  • Technical publications and support


Our history

FIS was formed in 2015 from the merger of the Association of Interior Specialists (AIS) and the Federation of Plastering and Drywall Contractors (FPDC). By coming together as one strong organisation, we are a powerful and unique voice for the sector. Our growing influence is based on the support we give to members, our ability to share knowledge for, and about the sector, our determination to drive high standards and to encourage a sense of pride in the quality of our members’ work.

Our future

FIS represents a growing sector, addressing key issues that affect our specialist members but also, more broadly, the construction industry and the UK economy. We aim to equip member companies to meet client needs more effectively, to make sure the sector has enough people with the right skills working to high technical standards, and to imbed a culture of quality and sustainable development. We focus on innovation because that creates a better tomorrow, but we are rigorous about health and safety because that affects the way we work on a daily basis.

Our Code Of Conduct

On being accepted into the Association, all members agree to subscribe to and abide by the terms of the FIS Code of Conduct (where applicable to your company), which establishes a minimum standard of conduct for members in order to raise and maintain industry standards.

The FIS code of conduct requires members:

  • To conduct business in a manner that will reflect credit on the Association, the industry and themselves.
  • To adopt and commit to the principles and practices laid down by FIS.
  • To act with integrity towards others and exercise high standards of business practice and workmanship.
  • To be committed to training its workforce.
  • To ensure that they are conversant with and adhere to the relevant current British, European and International Standards and other relevant technical standards, regulations and practices.
  • In so far as they are able, to ensure that their products or systems are tested and/or comply with the recognised standards specified by the client or statutory authorities.
  • Not knowingly mislead others by fact or implication as to the performance of their products or systems.
  • To hold required levels of statutory or appropriate insurance.
  • To operate an effective health and safety policy and have a current health and safety policy statement.
  • To keep records of all RIDDOR reportable accidents and provide annual accident statistics to FIS.
  • To have and implement an appropriate environmental policy statement.
  • To display wherever practical the FIS Accredited Member Logo or FIS Associate Member Logo  (as applicable) on its premises, website, business stationery and brochures and make this Code of Practice available for inspection.