The Scheme has published a number of Site, Company and Supplier Registration-related case studies which give a real insight into how considerate constructors are implementing and exceeding the requirements of the Code of Considerate Practice.
P J Carey (Contractors) Ltd’s housing development awarded by the Scheme for its caring construction
The ongoing construction of a housing development in Portsmouth, Hampshire by P J Carey (Contractors) Ltd received a Bronze Considerate Constructors Scheme National Site Award 2016.
The Scheme sets a benchmark for Conlon Construction Ltd on its award-winning Southlands High School project
Conlon Construction Ltd’s Southlands High School project in Chorley, Lancashire, received a Silver Considerate Constructors Scheme National Site Award 2017 for its exceptional practice.
Sheene Contract Solutions on board for luxury cruise ship’s makeover
Spending the working day refurbishing a liner docked in picturesque Cadiz, southwestern Spain might sound like a dream job to many people.
Enjoying an award-winning and “healthy” partnership with the Scheme – Bob Black Construction Ltd
Cambridgeshire company Bob Black Construction Ltd has enjoyed awards successes over three consecutive years at the Scheme’s National Company Awards.
Noble Structures Ltd enjoys award-winning success with the Considerate Constructors Scheme
Registered with the Scheme for over four years, the London-based construction company has demonstrated its considerate credentials by winning a Silver National Company Award 2014 and a Bronze in 2016.
Becoming a registered supplier with the Scheme was a natural step for Garic Ltd
Lancashire-based Garic Ltd prides itself on providing safe and eco-efficient plant and machinery to the construction industry and considered Supplier Registration as an appropriate way to enhance its industry image.
Registration with the Scheme “made sense” for supplier All About Bricks Ltd
All About Bricks (AAB) has been operating in the UK for over 20 years, stocking and selling over 400 types of Dutch, Danish and German clay-facing bricks UK-wide.
Why Partnership with the Scheme is the perfect fit for award-winning Collins Construction
Even before Tony Turner, Collins Construction Director of SHEQ, joined the company he was a keen advocate of the Considerate Constructors Scheme, having recognised that it is a force for change.
Award-winning, women-led Morgan Sindall project team praised for its Liverpool school build
A female-managed project team from Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure Ltd also scooped a CCS Bronze National Site Award 2016 for their considerate construction of St Hilda’s CE High School.
The Scheme enables Partner McLaughlin & Harvey to showcase its considerate performance to the industry
Scheme Partner (formerly known as Associate Member) McLaughlin & Harvey is a building and civil engineering contractor of over 160 years, combining an innovative approach with traditional values and expertise.
Scheme Founding Partner – Mulalley – celebrates achieving carbon-neutral status
One of the Scheme’s very first Partners – Mulalley – has been certified as carbon neutral, thanks to a rigorous sustainability management programme leading to company-wide energy savings and through helping communities in developing countries.
The University of Warwick’s first class aspirations as a Scheme ambassador
The world leading University of Warwick became a Scheme Client Partner in January 2016, pledging to register all of its construction projects with the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) and abide by the Code of Considerate Practice.
Being a Client Partner helps Great Places Housing Group to “safeguard” and “maintain” its high standards on site
Great Places Housing Group is one of the largest developing housing associations in the north of England with an extensive portfolio of over 19,000 homes and it took its partnership a step further in September 2015 by becoming a Client Partner.
CRASH – enabling the construction industry to rebuild vulnerable lives
It was the sight of rough sleepers in London on a cold November day in 1991 that initially planted a seed in the mind of the late Tony Denison, then a well-known figure in the construction industry.
Supporting the Scheme to promote clear industry standards and best practice – Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM)
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) became a valued Scheme Supporter in July 2016, pledging to work closely with the Considerate Constructors Scheme to improve the image of the industry.