Most considerate construction sites of 2020 revealed

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Winners for the 2020 National Site Awards have been announced, these awards are recognised by the CCS as the highest performing construction sites across the UK and Ireland

The National Site Awards recognise the highest-performing construction sites against the Scheme’s Code of Considerate Practice.

The code monitors how considerate the site is being towards their local community, environment and workforce.

This year’s awards were announced online, with award ceremonies unable to take place, due to restrictions relating to coronavirus.

The 2020 awards apply to CCS registered construction sites which completed in 2019.

For the third year running, the CCS also recognised the outstanding contribution Ultra Sites, the scheme’s highest attainment of registration have made, particularly around achieving greater engagement with their supply chains around considerate construction behaviours and standards.

The ‘2020 Most Considerate Site Award’ winners are:

  • Selby AGI, Selby – Northern Gas Networks (project value up to £500k)
  • Tower Hamlets Major Works LCP Phase 2, London – Mulalley (project value £500k to <£1m)
  • Breckon Hill Primary School Extension & Refurbishment, Middlesbrough – Walter Thompson (Contractors) Ltd (project value £1m to <£2.5m)
  • Ormeau Avenue Hydraulic Upgrade, Belfast – DAWSON-WAM Ltd (project value £2.5m to <£5m)
  • 1-3 Little Chester Street, London – Knight Build Ltd (project value £5m to <£7.5m)
  • Chesterton Community College, Cambridge – Willmott Dixon Construction Ltd (project value £7.5m to <£10m)
  • Inverness Justice Centre, Inverness – Robertson Construction Northern Ltd (project value £10m to <£25m)
  • The Spine, Liverpool – Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure Ltd (project value £25m to <£50m)
  • Royal Wharf, London – Ballymore Construction Services Ltd (project value £50m and over).

Dedication, effort and commitment to raising standards

Considerate Constructors Scheme chief executive, Amanda Long, said: “Whilst it has been unfortunate that we were unable to host in-person award ceremonies due to coronavirus, we look forward to seeing how sites will be celebrating their achievements through social media and other communications.

“Achieving any level of CCS National Site Award requires dedication, effort and commitment to raising standards of considerate construction and we are delighted that many CCS-registered sites have achieved the exceptional level of performance in order to receive a National Site Award this year.

“The CCS awards are fundamentally about how the construction industry can achieve more in raising its standards so our local communities, the environment and those that work across the industry receive positive engagement before, during and after a construction project takes place.

“It is about putting the community at the heart of considerate construction, and we look forward to more construction activity performing to such high standards and even higher standards in the future.”

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