Kier, a leading provider of construction and infrastructure services, has secured 30 awards as part of the Considerate Constructors Scheme’s (CCS) National Site Awards 2020.
Winning gold, silver and bronze awards on sites spanning the breadth of the country, from Somerset to Northumberland and London, the National Site Awards recognise the highest performing construction sites in-line with the CCS’s Code of Considerate Practice, which monitors how considerate the site is being towards their local community, environment and workforce.
Richard Davis, director at Kier Construction, states: “We are delighted that so many of our sites have been recognised by the Considerate Constructor Scheme’s National Site Awards. These achievements are testament to our approach of delivering social value through our projects, by working with local supply chain partners and local communities, to leave enduring legacies.”
Considerate Constructors Scheme Chief Executive Amanda Long said: "Congratulations to all 2020 National Site Award winners. Achieving any level of CCS National Site Award requires dedication, effort and commitment to raising standards of considerate construction and we are delighted that many CCS-registered sites have achieved the exceptional level of performance in order to receive a National Site Award this year."
The 30 award-winning sites, are:
Most Considerate Site Runner-Up and Gold winner
Tatchbury Mount - Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services Unit
Chertsey High School
Park Hill Phase 3
St Alban's Place Leeds
CRCC Bristol Airport
Benenden C of E Primary School
Glassfields Plot 4 - Jurys Hotel
St Johns Primary School
Ponteland Schools & Leisure Centre
Dixons Sixth Form Academy
Bemrose School Refurbishment
Old Kings College, University of Aberdeen
Treorchy Comprehensive School
West Blatchington primary & Kings school Hove
HMP Wellingborough Enabling Works
UHW BJC 2
St Marys RC Primary School
Nicholas Chamberlaine School
St. Wilfrid's Hospice
St George's Primary School
Marlborough House School
Conquest Hospital ACU
Homerton Hospital Firestopping Works
Cranfield University Water Science Building
The Burrell Renaissance project has also received a coveted Ultra Site award by the CCS.