Ardmore project managers collect three awards for construction sitesSat 22nd Sep 2018
Ardmore project managers last week collected three Considerate Constructors National Site Awards for their schemes.
Darren Maguire, Sean O’Shea and Mick Garber who manage Pembury Circus, Durrants Village and New River House respectively, were invited to collect the awards at a ceremony held in April in London.
The Considerate Constructors Awards recognise and reward the hard work and effort that has been made by all sites – large or small – across the UK which have raised the bar for considerate construction and set a benchmark for other organisations to follow.
Pembury Circus received a bronze award whilst Durrants Village and New River House both took home silver.
Bryan Toone, Ardmore’s health and safety director, who also attended the awards ceremony at Plaisterers’ Hall, London Wall, said:
“This was Ardmore’s best year ever at the Considerate Constructors Awards and my congratulations go to our teams working on these three sites.
Ardmore really is achieving excellence on-site and award winners were selected from the top 10% of registered sites.”
Ardmore is delivering new housing for Bellway Homes and Peabody at Pembury Circus. Durrants Village, in Faygate, Sussex, is a retirement village being undertaken for Helical and URV.
New River House, in Enfield, is a residential new build and refurbishment scheme being undertaken for Bellway Homes. The project involves the conversion of a disused office block into new residential accommodation.
Ardmore is an associate member of the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS). All of the company’s projects are registered with the CCS and operate in accordance with the scheme’s stringent good practice guidelines.
Ardmore’s awards were presented by Peter Hansford, the Government’s chief construction adviser.