Pendleton Phase 3

Lovell Partnerships

Construction Project Overview

The Pendleton project involves the construction of 127 new semi-detached and terraced houses within a residential area of Salford. Lovell Partnerships has been awarded a Considerate Constructors Scheme Gold National Site Award for the incredible standards upheld during the project in 2023. The site team has consistently demonstrated exceptional standards throughout the project’s development.

Project Highlights

The project has consistently achieved excellent scores during scheme monitoring visits. It’s clear that the team have put in an exerted effort to raise standards by submitting a range of best practices and innovations. The team have researched and compiled comprehensive social impact case study documents, and have been proactive in measuring the social value impact on completion. The company also stands out for its efforts in actively encouraging career progression, providing a system of support and training for its staff and management trainees. The site team have fully embraced the Code of Considerate Practice and have demonstrated a tangible commitment to achieving high standards.

Innovations and Best Practices

The project team has showcased an exemplary commitment to best practices. For World Autism Awareness Day, they organised a “Living with Autism” talk where someone with autism shared their lived experience to promote understanding. They also implemented bespoke commercial mock trials of a fire safety system and site hoarding failures on-site. These realistic trials educate team members about the consequences of safety failures, emphasising the importance of health and safety.

Respecting the Community

The site management team has maintained strong relationships with neighbouring properties through ongoing communication and proactive resolution of concerns. A community-focused newsletter offers construction progress updates, while highlighting environmental and community achievements, promoting the positive side of the construction industry. The team actively promotes construction careers through work experience placements and career talks.

Caring for the Environment

The site team has implemented measures to minimise environmental impact and proactively enhance the natural environment. Recent initiatives include donating used coffee beans to a local allotment and supporting local primary school garden projects with material donations.

Valuing the Workforce

The company, accredited to international health and safety standards, has prioritised a safe and healthy work environment. Consideration is given to the workforce’s wellbeing, with numerous awareness events and campaigns, from menopause and mental health to modern slavery training. Training projects have remained a priority, with over 400 training weeks delivered.

Congratulations to the team for these outstanding performance levels.

Award Level
Gold

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