The Considerate Constructors Scheme recently celebrated an important milestone in its 11 year history with the help of Willmott Dixon Construction, one of its Associate Members.
Willmott Dixon’s Orpington College site in Kent became the 30,000th project to sign up to the Scheme and to mark the occasion, Scheme Director, John Ogle-Skan, and former Director and Monitor for the site, Mike Mitchell, joined Willmott Dixon’s Managing Director for its Dartford office, Rob Lambe; Operations Director, Graham Ward; Construction Manager, Duncan Purvis and Senior Building Manager, Simon Ward, to celebrate this achievement.
Reaching 30,000 registrations marks another period of rapid growth for the Scheme and demonstrates the commitment of those companies that see the benefits the Scheme can bring to their image and to that of the industry.
The Scheme’s Chairman, Norman Reed, said: The registration of the 30,000th site marks a truly momentous milestone for the Scheme. Growth continues at the rate of over 15% on 2007 and we are greatly encouraged by the number of constructors that continue to support the aims of the Scheme. I would like to thank Willmott Dixon for helping us mark this occasion.
For Willmott Dixon, Rob Lambe commented: We are a proud supporter of the Considerate Constructors Scheme and are very pleased that it’s a Willmott Dixon project that is the 30,000th to register. It’s a fantastic landmark for a Scheme that has served our industry’s image so well.