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Top honours for considerate UK construction sites

August 2018

Sainsbury’s Supermarkets’ Redhill construction site has been crowned ‘Ultra Site of the Year’ at the inaugural Considerate Constructors Scheme National Ultra Site Awards.  As a model of best practice for the industry, the ultimate objective of Ultra Sites is to provide the next level of achieving even greater standards and collaboration across the entire industry - to improve not only their own performance but that of the wider construction industry, particularly through their supply chain.

The Awards recognise top-performing Ultra Sites in 10 categories of excellence.

Each category represents the key attributes of being an exceptional Ultra Site, from collaboration to community engagement, client recognition and innovation.

The winning Ultra Sites are:

Client Recognition Award: Sainsbury's Supermarkets Redhill

Contractor: RG Group. Client: Sainsbury's Supermarkets

Collaboration Award: Nottinghamshire Term Service Contract

Contractor: Tarmac. Client: Via East Midlands

Community Engagement Award: Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre

Contractor: Robertson Construction. Client: Henry Boot Developments

Construction’s First Impressions Award: Southbank Place Project

Contractor: Canary Wharf Contractors.  Client: Braeburn Estates

Environmental Best Practice Award: Chauncy Residential Development

Contractor: Mulalley and Co.  Client: Network Homes

Future Constructors Award: A14 Improvement Scheme

Contractor: A14 Integrated Delivery Team.  Client: Highways England

Innovation of the Year: Bridge House

Contractor: Mulalley and Co.  Client: London Borough of Hackney

Supply Chain Recognition Award: Haringey Major Works

Supplier: Mattison Scaffolding.  Client: Mulalley and Co

Workforce Wellbeing Award: Royal United Hospitals

Contractor: Kier Construction.  Client: Royal United Hospital NHS Trust

Ultra Site of the Year: Sainsbury's Supermarkets Redhill

Contractor: RG Group.  Client: Sainsbury's Supermarkets Ltd

CCS Chief Executive, Edward Hardy, said: “These Awards are an extremely important milestone for the entire construction industry, as each Ultra Site represents a ‘sea change’ in how construction is achieving and striving for ever-higher standards.  On behalf of the Considerate Constructors Scheme, I would like to thank and congratulate all award winners and finalists for making the ultimate commitment to improving the image and reputation of our industry.”

More at: www.ccscheme.org.uk  

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