Construction’s most considerate contractors revealed

Grant Prior 5 years ago
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The country’s highest-performing contractors and suppliers have been honoured at the Considerate Constructors Scheme’s 2019 awards.

The scheme handed out 178 awards this year
The scheme handed out 178 awards this year

The 2019 winners of ‘Most Considerate Company’ title are:

  • Noble Electrical Contractors Ltd, Nottinghamshire (Under £250k)
  • Impact Roofing and Building Ltd, Essex (£250k to <£3.5m)
  • Stella Rossa Contractors Ltd, London (£3.5m to <£10m)
  • PJ Carey Contractors Ltd, Middlesex (£10m and over)

The ‘2019 Most Considerate Supplier’ went to Kent-based waste management specialists Norris.

The National Company and Supplier Awards recognise the construction companies and suppliers which have achieved the highest level of performance against the Scheme’s Code of Considerate Practice.

The Code monitors how considerate those registered with the Scheme are towards their local community, the environment and the workforce.

The Scheme presented 178 awards from a total of over 725 eligible companies and suppliers, which also included 84 Bronze, 44 Silver and 30 Gold awards.

Amanda Long, Chief Executive of the Considerate Constructors Scheme said: “This is my first CCS Awards since I have been in post, and I am immensely proud of the commitment that each award-winning company and supplier has made in striving for and achieving higher standards of considerate construction.

“On behalf of all the team at the CCS, I would like to offer my congratulations to every winner and runner-up.

“It is a really significant achievement to be recognised with a Considerate Constructors Scheme National Award, as each winning company and supplier has faced incredibly tough competition across our industry.

“These Awards demonstrate how it is possible to make considerate construction at the very heart of construction companies and suppliers across the UK and Ireland.”

Click here to view all award winners on the Construction Map.

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