Five of the company’s site teams have been honoured with Considerate Constructors Scheme Gold Awards.
Our Olympic Stadium, Walker Technology College, Quadrant 3, Milton Court and De Vere Gardens teams were selected for the accolade, with the stadium named a runner-up for the top award of Most Considerate Site.
The company also collected a Silver Award for the Bernard Weatherill House civic offices project in Croydon.
Bronze Awards went to Gosforth Junior High School, Brandon Primary School, Esh Winning Primary School, Exeter Forum, Marischal College, the Biomedical Science Research Complex, Blade Technology Centre and the Bulgari Hotel and Residences.
The judges hailed the Olympic Stadium “a matchless example of considerate construction demonstrating exceptional standards of engagement throughout”.
The Walker Technology College team’s performance was praised as exemplary ‘across the board’.
David Hosken of client Aura Newcastle said: “Sir Robert McAlpine was always keen to work in conjunction with the local community and on school initiatives…. meticulous planning and due consideration was given to all aspects of the works to ensure that environmental, health and safety and risk management expectations are not only maintained but exceeded.”
The De Vere Gardens team won recognition for the measures taken to ensure “real and valuable interaction with all those potentially affected by the works”.
Client representative Richard May said: “This has been an exemplary construction site. The importance placed on developing good relationships with neighbours and local residents was second to none.”