National Site Awards
The Considerate Constructors Scheme’s National Site Awards recognise those sites registered with the Scheme that have raised the bar for considerate construction.
Since 1998, the Scheme has been rewarding the UK’s most considerate sites for the contribution they have made towards improving the image of construction. The Scheme looks at the measures a site has put in place to be more considerate towards local neighbourhoods and the public, the workforce, and the environment.
2018 National Site Awards now underway!
Hugely exciting times across the UK, as top-performing Scheme registered sites gather at this year’s National Site Awards across Edinburgh, Manchester and London, to be recognised for their extraordinary achievements in improving the image of the construction industry.
The first of the 12 ceremonies takes place at The Balmoral Hotel in Edinburgh, followed by three dates at The Lowry Hotel in Manchester before culminating with the final eight days at Plaisterers’ Hall in the City of London. All the latest news throughout the awards will be posted on the Scheme’s social media and website.
After the awards, the Scheme publishes a special edition awards brochure which lists all of the National Site Award winners.
The awards are attended by thousands of construction industry professionals and presented at numerous ceremonies held at locations across the UK. Sites nominated to receive an award will be presented with either Bronze, Silver or Gold within project value bandings, ensuring award winners have been reviewed against others of similar value.
Out of the very highest performing Gold Award winners, one site per value banding will be honoured with the prestigious title of Most Considerate Site, while those considered for the title will be presented with Most Considerate Site Runner-up Awards. These sites represent the pinnacle of considerate construction and have set the benchmark for others to follow.
Winning a National Site Award is an exceptional achievement, and recognises those sites that have made the greatest contribution towards improving the image of construction.
The National Site Awards are a highlight in the industry’s calendar, with many people looking forward to celebrating their hard work and dedication. Here are just a few of the fantastic comments that have been said about the awards:
A thoroughly enjoyable experience for all the site teams involved and something to be remembered for the hard work that goes into achieving a considerate site.
I think they are very important, especially in the times we are having at the moment as it celebrates the good that people do and that the hard work put in does not go unnoticed.
A very good day and good to see the efforts of site personnel being rewarded for their hard work and long hours spent on site.
A thoroughly enjoyed experience and occasion, shared with like-minded people who obviously take great pride in what we are all trying to do.
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Any site registered with the Scheme is eligible to win a National Site Award providing that the site, or registered phase, has completed on or before 31 December in the previous year. From those sites that have completed, only the highest performing are selected. The Scheme uses an independent panel throughout the awards process to review eligible sites and to ensure fair and unbiased nominations.