12 April 2017
Considerate Constructors Award wins
Fourteen Laing O’Rourke projects were recognised at the
recent 2017 Considerate Constructor’s Scheme National Awards.
At the Considerate Constructors Scheme’s (CCS) National Site
Awards a total of fourteen projects received recognition.
Four projects picked
up Gold Awards, including The Severn Crossings Maintenance project and the team
redeveloping Ysbyty Glan Clwyd Hospital who were both picked as runners up for the
‘Most Considerate Site’ in the country.
The CCS Awards recognise and reward Britain’s best
construction sites for the contribution they have made towards improving the
industry’s image. The Scheme itself looks at how a site has shown consideration
towards local neighbourhoods, the public, the workforce and the environment.
Isabel Martinson, the Scheme’s executive chairman said: “On
behalf of the Scheme, I would like to congratulate our award winners on their
“Every award-winning site is a beacon of best practice –
making significant strides to continually improve the image and reputation of
the UK construction industry.
“The Scheme is hugely proud of the efforts of these
top-performing sites and we thank them for their hard work, dedication and
commitment to achieve ever higher standards in considerate construction.”
Our winning projects
- Severn Crossings Maintenance - and runner up as
the ‘Most Considerate Site’
- Ysbyty Glan Clwyd Hospital, Denbighshire - and
runner up as the ‘Most Considerate Site’
- Here East, London
- Custom House, London
Luke's Church of England Primary School, Salford
Nuclear New Build
Line Extension, Battersea Station, London
Line Extension, Nine Elms Station, London
Line Extension, Kennington Shafts, London
Reservoir Renewal, Derbyshire
Modernisation Project, Manchester
Asset Replacement Scheme, London
CCS Award was presented to Team HPC, which comprised Bylor (joint venture
between Bouygues TP and Laing O’Rourke), EDF NNB and Kier BAM
Our Northern Line Extension projects are being delivered by flo - a joint venture between Laing O’Rourke and Ferrovial
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