Scheme’s Members and Partners meet to discuss future

The Considerate Constructors Scheme’s Members and Partners gathered together for a constructive meeting outlining the latest news and developments at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, London.

Beginning with an introduction from Scheme Executive Chairman, Isabel Martinson, the meeting, held on Wednesday 19 October, continued with a welcome to new members from Chairman Mike Petter.

The meeting was also significant in that it was the largest gathering of Members and Partners – the Scheme can now boast a total of 60 Associate Members and 50 Client Partners.

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After a comprehensive update on all things Scheme-related, Longevity Milestone Awards were handed out and attendees got together for group photos, featuring Milestone Award winners.


New Associate Members

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Robert Woodhead presented to Derek McGrath

 

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Winvic Construction presented to Ian Goodhead

New Client Partners

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Network Rail, Crossrail Programme presented to Suzanne Hardy

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Scape Procure presented to Alison Ramsey

 

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Westminster City Council presented to Sisa Hwalima

New Client Partner Unite Students were unfortunately unable to attend.

 

Longevity Awards

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Associate – 10 Years

Higgins Construction plc presented to Julie Brooks

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Client Partner – 5 Years

The British Land Company plc presented to Karina Williams

Three Client Partners and one Associate Member were also due to receive 5-year milestone awards but were unfortunately unable to attend. These were Associate Member Cruden Building Renewals and Client Partners Asda Group, John Lewis Partnership and Staffordshire County Council.


Scheme Chief Executive Edward Hardy and Chairman Mike Petter rounded off the day with a host of discussion topics including Registration and Monitoring Model, Construction’s First Impressions and the Industry Promotion Plan.

With all topics wrapped up it was finally time for tea, coffee and networking before the meeting came to a close at half four in the afternoon.