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December 2014

Issue 34


The Considerate Constructors

Scheme has reached its

80,000th registered site, an

important milestone in the

Scheme’s history, and just

over a year since recognising

its 70,000th.

The 80,000th site belongs to

Morgan Sindall’s Brampton Village

Primary School site in Huntingdon,

and the Managing Director for

Construction East and the project

team from Morgan Sindall were

presented with a plaque on Friday

19th September to mark the


Registering a site with the Scheme

demonstrates a commitment

to improving the image of

construction, as all registered

sites must adhere to a Code

of Considerate Practice. This

involves a commitment from sites

registered with the Scheme to

care about appearance, respect

the community, protect the

environment, secure everyone’s

safety and value their workforce.

All registered sites are regularly

monitored by an experienced

industry professional to assess their

performance against this Code.

Mike Petter, Chairman of the

Scheme, who celebrated with

Morgan Sindall said:

“We’re delighted to present Morgan

Sindall with a plaque to celebrate

their site becoming our 80,000th.

We’ve seen the Scheme grow year

on year since it began in 1997

as our members appreciate the

importance of both the direct and

indirect image of sites and how

they have a wider impact on the

industry as a whole.”

John Homer, Morgan Sindall

Managing Director for Construction

East, who accepted the plaque,


“The Scheme plays an invaluable

role in ensuring best practice

TheSchemecelebrates its