1000th registered company
The Considerate Constructors Scheme is delighted to have recognised its 1000th registered company, coincidentally, in the 5th year of Company Registration.
At a celebration which took place at the company's head office in Bathgate, Scotland, Dem-Master Demolition have become the Scheme's 1000th registered company. Scheme Monitor Andrew Agapiou presented the commemorative award to Richard McCulloch, Owner; Gordon Speir, Senior Estimator; Claire Bryce, Bid and Marketing Manager; and Johnston McCulloch, Commercial Manager.
Established in 1994, Dem-Master Demolition are a full service demolition contractor, providing a complete demolition, decommissioning and dismantling solution for any project.
Commenting on being the Scheme's 1000th registered company, Claire Bryce, Bid and Marketing Manager, said: "We at Dem-Master Demolition Limited are delighted to become part of the Considerate Constructors Scheme. Becoming the 1000th member to register not only demonstrates the size and success of the Scheme but how important it is within our industry. Carrying out demolition works within residential communities and city centres, having the structure and support from the Scheme is crucial to helping us provide the highest level of customer satisfaction."
Scheme Monitor Andrew Agapiou added: "I am delighted to present Dem-Master Demoliton with a commemorative award recognising them as the Scheme's 1000th registered company. Dem-Master is committed to the aims of the Scheme and are a strong advocate of the principles of considerate construction."
Celebrating the 1000th registered company coincides with 2014 being the 5th year of Company Registration. Introduced in 2009, Company Registration was designed to allow any type and size of company to be able to register with the Scheme and promote their considerate credentials.
Ideal for subcontractors, Company Registration allowed construction companies to be registered with the Scheme as they undertook work on main contractor sites. Main contractors could see that subcontractors signed up to the Scheme also understood the importance of considerate construction and would work with the site in playing a proactive role in improving the image of construction.
To commemorate 5 years of Company Registration, the Scheme is giving 10 companies the chance to win a year's free registration. Any company that would like to be in with a chance of winning a year's free membership will only have to submit a few details to be included in the prize draw, with winners chosen at random. Existing registered companies will also be able to enter and if chosen, will receive their following year's membership free. More details on this competition will be announced shortly.
Edward Hardy, Scheme Chief Executive, adds: "Since introduced in 2009, Company Registration has gone from strength to strength as more and more companies realise the benefits of promoting considerate construction. Celebrating 1000 registered companies on the 5th year anniversary is a fantastic achievement and I would like to thank every registered company for making this possible."
For more information on Company Registration, click here.
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