2019 National Site Awards are now underway!
The Scheme’s National Site Awards are now taking place in Edinburgh, Manchester and London.
The top performing sites are gathered at this year’s awards to celebrate their extraordinary achievements to improve the image of the industry. The awards recognise and reward the amazing commitment that Scheme-registered sites have made to raise the bar in considerate construction.
Across the 11 ceremonies, over 2500 guests will celebrate as the Scheme presents 770 awards to registered sites that have demonstrated the very highest standards of consideration towards the public, safety, environment and their workforce.
Edward Hardy, Chief Executive of the Considerate Constructors Scheme said:
The National Site Awards show the industry how to take considerate construction to the next level. No matter how large or small, these award-winning construction sites all show how it is possible to make things better for the environment, their workforce and local communities. This is central to how we work together as an industry to improve our image.
A fantastic line-up of industry leading figures are presenting the UK’s best construction sites with either Bronze, Silver or Gold Awards. One Gold Award winner from each value banding will receive the prestigious title of Most Considerate Site, while those shortlisted will receive Runner-up Awards.
This year’s special guest presenters are:
Construction Industry Training Board
Chris Blythe OBE
Chartered Institute of Building
Timothy Cooke OBE
The Worshipful Company of Plaisterers
Jean Duprez MBE
Women into Construction
Paul Everall CBE
Local Authority Building Control
Dr David Hancock
Infrastructure and Projects Authority, Cabinet Office
Chief Executive Officer
Royal Town Planning Institute
Alison Watson MBE
Class of Your Own
Professor Robin Webster OBE
Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland
All registered sites or phases completed in 2018 were eligible for a 2019 award. All award-winning sites for this year have been contacted by the Scheme.
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