Scheme launches Professional Partner Registration
Professional service providers can now join the Scheme – helping to become an important force in promoting a positive image of construction.
This new form of registration is open to any professional organisation that provides services which can directly or indirectly help to improve the image of the construction industry. Types of professions which are eligible for registration include (but are not limited to): architects, engineers, consultants, surveyors, and waste management specialists.
The Scheme registers around 9000 construction sites, companies and suppliers from across the UK every year; Professional Partner Registration is an important part of extending the reach of the Scheme to work with every aspect of the construction process, from inception to completion.
The first Professional Partner to register with the Scheme is Advanced Waste Solutions – a national provider of professional waste management services, established in 2011.
Considerate Constructors Scheme Chief Executive Edward Hardy said:
Professions offering services to the construction industry are an integral part of the construction process and can have a huge impact on how the industry is perceived by the public, workforce and government. It is vital that this important group within the industry can contribute to improving the image of the industry.
We are delighted that Advanced Waste Solutions are the first Professional Partner to register with the Scheme. This significant step demonstrates the organisation’s commitment to improving the image of the industry. We now look forward to other like-minded industry professionals registering with the Scheme.
Advance Waste Solutions General Sales Manager Marcus Cahill commented:
Being the first partner of such an exciting step is testament to the ongoing commitment that AWS has to its clients, supply chain and the industry as a whole. We look forward to working closely with the Scheme to help improve the image of construction.
Photo: Scheme Chief Executive Edward Hardy (left) with Advance Waste Solutions General Sales Manager Marcus Cahill