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VolkerWessels UK awarded three Considerate Constructors Scheme Awards 2014

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Three VolkerWessels UK sites have been awarded a 2014 Considerate Constructors Scheme Award
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VolkerFitzpatrick received a Gold Award for the Prologis plots I and J1 project. This site, which scored highly across the considerate scale, was awarded Gold for the extensive promotion of the Scheme,
ensuring both neighbours and the general public were made aware of their strong commitment to considerate construction.

VolkerStevin received a Gold Award for the Lower Todmorden and Walsden FAS Phase three project.  The team was awarded Gold for the exceptional services and efforts made to the community.
Many considerate elements were summarised by the scheme monitor as providing "a truly exceptional focus" which were an example to the rest of the industry.
VolkerHighways received a Bronze Award for the London Borough of Hackney Term Maintenance Contract 2011-2015.The team was commended for showing the highest levels of consideration towards the public, its workforce and the environment through adhering to the Scheme's five-point Code of Considerate Practice.

Alan Robertson, VolkerWessels UK chief executive, said: " We are delighted to receive these awards. It's very important that we strive to work collaboratively with the local communities we work within and it is great to see our teams level of commitment rewarded."

The Considerate Constructors Scheme's National Site Awards are presented to construction sites, both large and small, that have raised the bar for considerate construction. The awards recognise sites' excellent standards of consideration towards their neighbours, their workforce and the environment.

David Watson, chairman for the Considerate Constructors Scheme, said: "Many congratulations to all those who have received an award. The National Site Awards get bigger and better every year which is proof that the industry strives to improve upon its previous successes."

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