Coming soon – National Site Awards 2019!

The UK and Ireland’s most considerate construction sites are preparing for the Scheme’s much-anticipated 2019 National Site Awards.

Each of the eleven ceremonies, taking place from 25 March to 12 April celebrate the efforts and achievements of construction sites that have demonstrated the highest standards in consideration towards the site’s workforce, local communities and the environment impacted by construction activity.

Award-winning sites will receive Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards which will be presented in bands of project value to ensure fair competition.

Only one Gold Award winner per value band will be crowned with the title of ‘Most Considerate Site 2019’, with all shortlisted sites for this accolade receiving Runner-up awards.

This year’s National Site Award’s presenters are:

Sarah Beale
Chief Executive
Construction Industry Training Board

Chris Blythe OBE
Chief Executive
Chartered Institute of Building

Timothy Cooke OBE
Master Plaisterer
The Worshipful Company of Plaisterers

Jean Duprez MBE
Director
Women into Construction

Paul Everall CBE
Chief Executive
Local Authority Building Control

Dr David Hancock
Construction Director
Infrastructure and Projects Authority, Cabinet Office

Victoria Hills
Chief Executive Officer
Royal Town Planning Institute

Alison Nicholl
Associate Director
Constructing Excellence

Francesca Roberts
Chief Executive
CRASH

Alison Watson MBE
Chief Executive
Class of Your Own

Professor Robin Webster OBE
President
Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland

Edward Hardy, Chief Executive of the Considerate Constructors Scheme said:

We look forward to welcoming and celebrating the achievements of each award winner at our upcoming 2019 National Site Awards.

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.

Click here to view last year’s winning sites

 

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