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June 2015

Issue 37

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SCHEME ADVOCATES

the London Borough of Hackney.

Its Silver Award-winning projects

include VolkerFitzpatrick’s

design and construction of the

new Highbury College and its

Southwark IntegratedWaste

Management Facility.

Explaining the secret behind

the numerous award successes

achieved by VolkerWessels UK,

Adrian said: “It is quite simply our

employees and supply chain having

the willingness to embrace the

Scheme and look for improvements

from visit to visit and from site to

site.”

Adrian added: “Registering with

the Scheme can have a number

of benefits for a business but

that is just the beginning. It is

important to consider association

with the Scheme as a long-term

commitment and continue to

register sites.”

Asked what VolkerWessels UK

hopes to achieve in the future

with the help and support of the

Scheme, Mr Shah-Cundy added:

“50 out of 50! And do it more than

once! It is however important

to us that the Scheme facilitates

continual improvement whilst

recognising our sites and staff for

their commitment to site standards

and care for the communities in

which we work.”

Summing up VolkerWessels

UK’s overall experience with the

Scheme, he added: “Being able to

contribute to the development of

the Scheme and not over-influence

how it operates, has made the

If you are interested in

championing the Scheme and

would like to play a part in its

future development, please

click

here

to find out how to

become an Associate Member.

past 10 years as an Associate

Member a beneficial and rewarding

experience.”

All of VolkerWessels UK companies

are renowned for delivering quality

work and are located throughout

the UK, employing over 2,100

employees.

The group’s Dutch parent

organisation, VolkerWessels, is a

major European construction group

with a turnover in excess of 4.5

billion euros.