We’re chuffed to announce that a record-breaking nine Parkeray projects were recognised at this year’s Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) National Site Awards.
Our teams attended the awards ceremonies at Plaisterer’s Hall in London across two days, where they scooped three Silver, five Bronze and our first ever Gold award – hooray!
The CCS is an independent charity founded in 1997 by the construction industry to improve its image. The National Site Awards recognise the highest performing construction sites in the UK and the projects that have shown exceptional levels of consideration towards the community, general public, workforce and the environment. As CCS Partners, we’re delighted to play our part in improving the image of construction.
Congratulations to the following Parkeray team members who were the proud recipients of 2019 Awards:
Bartek Zawadksi | 2 Stephen Street | Gold Award
David Box | Victory House | Bronze Award
Graham Smith | Bush House | Silver Award
James Suatt | Vantage London | Bronze Award
James Maxwell & Joseph Till | 55 Old Broad Street | Silver Award
Lou Rossi & Bob Tomkins | New Burlington Street | Bronze Award
Matt Gascoigne & Brian Black | Euston Road | Silver Award
Trevor Freeman | Tower House | Bronze Award
Vince Bevan & Ryan Wager | Verde Building | Bronze Award
All nine projects are a diverse representation of the type of work Parkeray delivers and range in scope and value. They also highlight the incredible efforts made by our teams in organising initiatives which engage the community and our workforce, while creating a positive legacy.