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Further recognition in Considerate Constructors Scheme Awards

Following John Perkins Construction's Gold Award win last year, the company's efforts have again been spotlighted in the 2017 Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) National Site Awards.

Considerate Constructors SchemeTwo Perkins projects have been nominated for awards: the £2.4 million restoration works at Bristol Harbourside's Underfall Yard, and the £1.3 million construction of a new boarding house at Kingswood School in Bath.

Both projects were high-profile in nature and required extensive working around the public. Underfall Yard is an operational yard with many tenant businesses, and part of the site remained a public thoroughfare during the building works, while Kingswood School has more than 700 young people on site during term time.

Last year, Hayden Pickett and the team at John Perkins Construction scooped a CCS Gold Award for their sensitive management of a £1 million project to create a new Post-16 Centre at Fosse Way School in Radstock. This year's two award nominations further build on the company's pedigree in achieving best practice in construction.

Rupert Perkins, Contracts Director of John Perkins Construction, comments: "These nominations are a huge achievement and a credit to our team's hard work. They represent a real sense of recognition for the efforts we make to balance the demands of the client and community with the commercial imperatives of each project. We're thrilled that our commitment to being a considerate constructor continues to be positively regarded by the industry."

Find out more about what we did at Underfall Yard and Kingswood School



 
"These nominations are a huge achievement and a credit to our team’s hard work. They represent a real sense of recognition for the efforts we make to balance the demands of the client and community with the commercial imperatives of each project."

Rupert Perkins
Contracts Director