Ivor Goodsite’s Hoarding Competition 2019 winners announced!
Ivor Goodsite’s Hoarding Competition invites anyone registered with the Scheme to engage with their local community to design and decorate their site hoardings based on a theme of their choice.
The competition is an excellent opportunity for organisations to promote all that is positive about the construction industry while brightening their local areas.
Now in its eighth year, the Hoarding Competition has continued to draw in a large number of participants with 83 entries and over 5000 children and adults taking part.
Many sites decided to design their hoardings around poignant, hard-hitting themes which included “Saving our Planet”, “Knife Crime”, “Mental Health” and “Remembrance”. The Scheme is proud to see registered organisations using the competition as an opportunity to send a positive message not just about construction.
The artwork submitted has continued to impress and every participant should be exceptionally proud of their hard work. The Scheme is delighted to announce the 12 winners of this year’s competition as well as the six Ivor’s Choice Award winners whose thought-provoking entries conveyed important messages about the society in which we live.
Ivor Goodsite’s Hoarding Competition 2019 winners:
BAM Construction UK Ltd
With the help of: Lourdes Secondary School
Theme: BAM 150 Years Celebration
With the help of: Ursuline Girls High School
Theme: Ecology – Our Home
Fox Building & Civil Engineering Ltd
With the help of: Knocknagoney Primary School
Theme: The Careful Rabbit Stays Safe in the City
Hart Builders (Edinburgh) Ltd
With the help of: Seven Local Primary Schools
Theme: Why you love living on the Scottish Borders
Hobson & Porter Ltd
With the help of: 500 Children aged 5 – 12 from the local community.
Theme: Pride in your Town & #loveconstruction
Kier Construction – Western & Wales
With the help of: Keynsham Youth Group & Salford School
Theme: The Gruffalo and World War Remembrance
Lovell Partnerships Ltd
With the help of: Heronsgate Primary School
Theme: Lend a Hand to Improve our Land
MID Contracting & Consulting Ltd
With the help of: Robert Clack School
Theme: Community & Importance of Education
Mulalley & Company Ltd
With the help of: All Saints Primary School
Theme: Our Fragile Land and Sea Environment
United Living (South) Ltd
With the help of: Long Mead Community Primary School
Theme: What can you do for the environment?
VINCI Joint Venture
With the help of: Norton Knatchbull School
Theme: A Message from Ashford
Willmott Dixon Construction
With the help of: The MacIntyre Charity
Theme: Love Makes the World Go Round
Ivor’s Choice Award 2019 winners:
Berkeley Homes West Thames
With the help of: Blair Peach Primary School
Theme: Careers & Aspirations in Construction
Lovell Partnerships ltd
With the help of: Abronhill Primary School
Theme: Be Yourself
Midas Construction Ltd
With the help of: Watermore School
Theme: Respect, Responsibility, Perseverance, Friendship, Caring and Honesty.
Quintain Estates Ltd
With the help of: Place2Be Charity and 11 Local Schools
Theme: Children’s Mental Health: Staying Healthy Inside & Out
With the help of: Fulham Cross Girls School
Theme: Knife Crime
Willmott Dixon Construction
With the help of: St. Mary’s Primary School
Theme: Save Our Planet
Considerate Constructors Scheme Chief Executive Edward Hardy said:
Massive congratulations to all winners and runners-up of this year’s Ivor Goodsite Hoarding Competition. This competition offers a tremendous opportunity for those registered with the Scheme to collaborate with local schools and community groups to provide colourful and creative works of art across hoardings. Construction site hoardings are the ‘shop window’ of the industry, and it is excellent to see, through this competition, so many hoardings being used to communicate really important messages across our communities.
Thank you to all the Scheme-registered sites and companies for participating and making a real difference to the local communities impacted by construction activity. These efforts continue to help improve the image of construction, and we look forward to even more sites entering the competition in 2020 and beyond.