Honor Goodsite’s Big Build Competition 2019 Winners
The Scheme was proud to once again team up with CITB’s ‘Go Construct’ to deliver Honor Goodsite’s annual Big Build Competition for a record-breaking year.
Like previous years, this year’s competition has not seen any lack of variety. Models included the Ancient Pyramids of Egypt, a futuristic Lunar Habitat and a devilishly sweet Kinder Surprise. Honor’s competition has continued to grow in popularity and 2019 saw a massive 55 entries and over 1500 children and adults taking part. Honor Goodsite and her team of judges had a tremendously difficult time picking just five winners and two special mentions from such a huge number of quality entries.
It was abundantly clear to see that the environment, sustainability, teamwork, and inclusion were at the very forefront of participants’ entries this year. You can see that not only did everyone learn so much from the activities, but had fun whilst doing so.
It gives Honor Goodsite and the Scheme enormous pleasure to announce the five fantastic winners of Honor Goodsite’s Big Build 2019:
Ballymore Construction Services Ltd
With help from: Old Ford Primary School
Chosen build: The new US Embassy in London
Barnwood Construction Ltd
With help from: Bishop's Cleeve Primary Academy
Chosen build: Festive Bishop's Cleeve Model Village
With help from: Mary Magdalene Primary School
Chosen build: The Royal Albert Hall
With help from: Hackwood Primary Academy
Chosen build: Pyramids of Egypt
Willmott Dixon Construction
With help from: MacIntyre Charity
Chosen build: Kinder Surprise
Honor and her team of judges are also delighted to announce her ‘Honourable Mentions’.
These participants have earned special recognition from Honor as they have put forward a very important message with their entry or have gone the extra mile with their build.
BAM Building Ltd
With help from: Fatima Homework Club
Chosen build: Dublin's new children's hospital
With help from: Chilton Primary School
Chosen build: Future Lunar Habitat
Many congratulations to each winner of the 2019 Honor Goodsite’s Big Build Competition, and thank you to everyone who submitted entries this year.
Improving standards in sustainability is an essential part of how the construction industry can help address the critical local and global issues threatening the future of our planet, and it is great to see how those registered with the Scheme are embracing and helping future generations to put sustainability at the heart of their community engagement through Honor Goodsite’s Big Build Competition.
Amanda Long, Chief Executive, Considerate Constructors Scheme
The Scheme would like to thank and congratulate all of the runners-up in this year’s competition. Without their hard work, the competition would not have been the success it has been. The quality of entries continues to improve every year and their contribution has been greatly appreciated.
For full details of all submitted entries, make sure you look out for our official ‘Honor Goodsite’s Big Build 2019 Winners Brochure’ coming soon.
If you missed out on this year’s Big Build but would like to take part in the future, you can register your interest now by emailing us on firstname.lastname@example.org. You will then be notified on the launch day of the competition and be one of the first to receive an entry form.
Alternatively, if you can’t wait until next years Big Build, Ivor Goodsite’s Hoarding Competition will be launching in January 2020.