Real estate organisation Vastint has joined the Considerate Constructors Scheme as a Client Partner
Vastint UK has a varied portfolio of large-scale mixed-use projects in the UK including Sugar House Island in east London, the Brewery Site in Leeds and The Embankment in Cardiff.
By becoming a Client Partner, Vastint UK is making a commitment to demonstrating its passion to improve the image of construction in partnership with the Scheme, ensuring the highest consideration towards the community, environment and its workforce in all of its UK and Irish-based construction projects.
Welcoming Vastint UK as a Client Partner, CCS Chief Executive Edward Hardy said: “Vastint is a hugely successful and internationally recognisable real estate developer. The Scheme is delighted that Vastint UK has become a valued Client Partner and in doing so pledging to deliver projects with considerate construction at their very core.
“We are excited to work with Vastint UK and are looking forward to sharing our expertise, experience and mutual ambition to improve the image of construction.
“Client Partners form an absolutely crucial part of helping to raise standards across the entire supply chain of construction and we look forward to other like-minded clients joining the Scheme and recognising the many benefits it brings.”
Michiel van Soest, Development Manager and Head of Projects at Vastint UK added: “At Vastint UK, we create large-scale urban developments which balance working, living and leisure activities; places designed to be characterful, connected into their history and local context, and most of all, thoughtfully designed from the inside out.
“We are delighted to become a Client Partner of the Considerate Constructors Scheme. We support the Scheme’s values and believe it is important to encourage all our contractors to strive to deliver best practice in all areas of their work.”
Client Partners agree to recommend Scheme registration to all sites under their control, encouraging compliance with all aspects of the Scheme’s Code on their registered sites.