12th May 2021

Success at the Considerate Constructors Scheme Awards 2021

The Spark, Newcastle wins Most Considerate Site Award and Battersea Power Station Phase 3 takes runner-up at the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) Awards.

Congratulations to our team on The Spark in Newcastle after the project was awarded 'Most Considerate Site' in the £25m-£50m value category at the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) Awards last week. 

The Spark, Newcastle is our fourth project on the Newcastle Helix Science Park Development. We've previously been involved on The Helix in constructing nearby developments, The Lumen, The Core and the Frederick Douglass Building. You can read more about the project here. 

The judges citation read:

The project team took an innovative approach and went above and beyond for their workforce. The willingness to take on and solve problems around the site was demonstrated across the entire site team and was further evidenced by their excellent efforts to keep in touch with the local community. This project has shown exceptional levels of achievement and is a fantastic example of how the industry can raise standards.

Congratulations also to our Battersea Phase 3A team after the project was named Most Considerate Site Award Runner Up in the £50M and over category. 

The judges praised the levels of innovation and community engagement on the project, hailing it as: “a shining example of devotion to continuously improve the standards within the industry.”  

This is a tremendous achievement and an excellent example of what can be achieved on a large construction project. 

Well done to all those involved! 

 

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