Top performing construction sites to receive national recognition by Considerate Constructors Scheme

The best performing construction sites will be honoured by the Considerate Constructors Scheme at this year's 2017 National Site Awards.

The prestigious awards recognise those registered sites that have shown the highest level of considerate construction towards the public, the workforce and the environment.

More than 3,000 guests from construction sites of all different sizes will be attending award ceremonies between March 20 and April 7 in Edinburgh, London and Manchester.

More than 800 of 8,000 eligible sites have been selected to win either bronze, silver or gold awards within six project value bands ranging from under £500k to £50 million and over. One gold award winner per value band will also be awarded the title of Most Considerate Site 2017.

Considerate Constructors Scheme executive chairman Isabel Martinson said: “The Considerate Constructors Scheme is hugely proud of the ongoing commitment of the industry to further enhance its image.

"Each year, the very highest performing Scheme-registered sites make huge strides in going above and beyond the standards that the Scheme sets.

"The National Site Awards are an extremely important part of honouring the outstanding achievements of these very highest performing sites. We look forward to recognising and celebrating each award-winning site at the ceremonies being held over the forthcoming weeks.”

A number of leading industry figures will present the awards, including: Chris Blythe, chief executive, Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB); Paul Everall, chief executive, LABC; David Hancock, head of construction, Government Construction Team, Cabinet Office; Bill Hill, chief executive, Lighthouse Club; Suzannah Nichol, chief executive, Build UK; John Nolan, chairman, Construction Industry Council; John Slaughter, director of External Affairs, Home Builders Federation; Don Ward, chief executive, Constructing Excellence; James Wates, chairman, Construction Industry Training Board; Willie Watt, president, The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland; Terry Wright, Master Plaisterer, The Worshipful Company of Plaisterers.

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