Ivor Goodsite’s Hoarding Competition 2018 winners announced!
Huge congratulations to everyone who took part in this year’s record-breaking Ivor Goodsite Hoarding competition!
The Hoarding Competition encourages anyone registered with the Scheme to invite local communities to help design and decorate their hoarding based on a chosen theme. The Competition provides a fantastic opportunity for contractors to engage with their local community, while promoting all that is positive about the construction industry.
Now in its seventh year, the Ivor Goodsite Hoarding Competition has gone from strength to strength, with more and more sites and companies entering each year. 2018 is no different with a record 89 entries and over 4000 school children and adults taking part.
The standard of artwork produced this year has been truly exceptional, with every entry showing an incredibly high level of creativity and innovation. This year saw a multitude of themes which include ‘Autism Awareness and Bringing the Community Together’, ‘Careers in Construction’, ‘Unity and Equality’ and ‘Space – A never-ending dream’.
The Scheme is delighted to announce the winners of this year’s competition are:
Bowmer & Kirkland
With the help of: Eden Park High School, Beckenham, Kent.
Theme: Rebirth of the School, as seen through Butterflies from a Chrysalis.
CJ Construction (Wales) Ltd
With the help of: Pupils and staff of Ysgol Bae Baglan School, Port Talbot, West Glamorgan.
Theme: Sam Cannon Art-inspired rainbow mural.
Galliford Try Building
With the help of: LinkAble – a charity supporting young people and adults with learning disabilities.
Theme: Site Safety is a ‘no brainer’.
Galliford Try Partnerships
West with the help of: Frampton Cotterell C of E Primary School, Bristol.
With the help of: Wendover C of E Junior School, Wendover, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.
Theme: The Enchanted Forest.
Lovell Partnerships Ltd
With the help of: Branston C of E Primary School, Lincolnshire.
Theme: The environment and the local area.
McLaughlin & Harvey Construction Ltd
With the help of: Hill of Banchory Primary School, Aberdeenshire.
Theme: Town Landmarks & Site Safety.
Osborne Construction Ltd (Geoffrey Osborne Limited)
With the help of: St. Luke’s C of E Primary School, Islington, North London.
Theme: Local History.
Skanska UK plc
With the help of: Cambridge International School, Cambridge.
Theme: Careers in Construction.
St. George City plc
With the help of: Hermitage Primary School, Tower Hamlets, East London.
Theme: Gauging Square: Past and Present.
Warden Construction Ltd
With the help of: A number of community groups which include Little Rainbows Autism Group, Life Church Barnton, Cheshire Police, The Royal British Legion, Weaverham High School, Barnton Parish Church. Barnton Community Primary School and Barnton Scouts and Beavers.
Theme: Autism Awareness and Bringing the Community Together.
Willmott Dixon Construction
With the help of: Brooklands Farm Primary School, Milton Keynes.
Theme: Our Blue Planet.
Considerate Constructors Scheme Chief Executive Edward Hardy said:
Congratulations to everyone who participated in this year’s competition, and special congratulations to each of the winning entries.
It is amazing to see so many Scheme-registered sites taking part each year – underlining how successful and how important this competition is in helping to facilitate positive engagement throughout the local communities across the length and breadth of the country.
I would like to thank all those registered with the Scheme for their continued enthusiasm and passion to promote the very best of our industry.