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Organising children’s farm visits and horse-riding lessons for youngsters with

disabilities - and assisting BBC One’s DIY SOS programme - has earned Mick George

Ltd high praise from the Considerate Constructors Scheme.

Delivering for the community

– considerate skip hire

contractor Mick George Ltd

Leading East Anglian and East

Midlands construction industry

partner Mick George Ltd is

demonstrating good practice

as one of the Considerate

Constructors Scheme’s (CCS’s)

registered companies, scooping a

Silver National Company Award in

2014.

With its fleet of distinctive trucks

and skips, Cambridgeshire-based

Mick George has been registered

as a company with the Scheme

since June 2013, providing sub-

contracting services to the industry.

Commenting on Mick George’s

award success, Contract Sales

Manager Chris Gunkel said: “We

are absolutely delighted to receive

a Silver National Company Award,

especially considering it is our first

year registered with the Scheme.

“It is great to see all of our team’s

efforts being recognised and it is

definitely a boost to try and do

even better next year!”

Mick George specialises in

providing bulk excavation and

earthmoving services, land

remediation, soil stabilisation,

demolition, ready-mix concrete

aggregate supply, mini loads

and waste management. With

quarries, landfill sites and waste

transfer stations throughout the

region, Mick George is able to offer

bespoke commercial solutions for

projects of all sizes.

Asked to explain the benefits of

Company Registration with the

Scheme, Chris said: “The work the

Scheme is doing to improve the

image of demolition is of huge

benefit to Mick George Ltd.

“The Considerate Constructors

Scheme’s reviews and audits

also help us to see our processes

through a pair of fresh eyes and

draw our attention to any areas

where we may need to improve

procedures.

COMPANY REGISTRATION

June 2015

Issue 37

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