Special Works Project Wins National Considerate Constructors Award
Our Special Works team are celebrating after picking up an honour at the recent 2017 Considerate Constructors National Site Awards.
The Considerate Constructors Scheme is a non-profit making, independent organisation founded in 1997 by the construction industry to improve its image. Held annually, the awards recognise exceptional standards of consideration towards local neighbourhoods and the general public, the workforce and the environment.
Borras have been incorporating the schemes code of practice into our onsite activities for over 10 years now. This long standing commitment was illustrated recently when we became one of only a handful of contractors who have registered 500+ sites with the scheme, an achievement we are extremely proud of.
Site Manager Glenn Maddison and Contracts Manager Mark Relf attended the ceremony on April 5th to collect the award for their 2016 project at Brunel University.
The £435k scheme, which was awarded a bronze award in the under £500k category, involved refurbishment works across three floors of the Bannerman Centre, a building in the heart of the campus home to the universities library and computer centre.
Congratulations to the entire project team!
In response to the Coronavirus outbreak, we are keen to reassure our employees, clients, project stakeholders and supply-chain partners, that we are taking the necessary precautions in relation to a healthy working environment across our sites and operations.
Mike Howlett – Managing Director
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