A huge congratulations go out to the teams at the Mytholmroyd flood alleviation scheme, Fairhaven to Church Scar coastal protection scheme and Hornsea Two Offshore windfarm, who have recently received a National Site Award from the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS).
For our work on the Fairhaven scheme, VBA has been awarded a Silver CCS 2020 National Site Award, as the project demonstrated a fantastic level of consideration towards the public, the workforce and the environment, through adhering to the scheme’s code of considerate practice.
The VolkerInfra project, Hornsea Two, was also awarded a Silver CCS National Site Award. The offshore windfarm project team was commended for their efforts in protecting the environment, securing everyone’s safety and upholding a fantastic site appearance.
The Mytholmroyd scheme was awarded a CCS Gold Award for the incredible standards upheld at the site. The project was
praised for showcasing an exceptional approach to considerate practices through fantastic external appearances, and work with the local community, as well as the teams’ exemplary commitments shown in respect to the environment, safety and the workforce.
The CCS 2020 National Site Award winners were selected from the top performing registered sites, or phases, completed on or before 31 December 2019.
These awards are a fantastic achievement for both projects, highlighting the exceptional effort and commitment that our project teams have made in raising standards of considerate construction.
September was VolkerWessels UK’s annual, dedicated equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) month.