Jehu win CCS national site award for Springfield Court

Jehu Project Services has once again been recognised for its construction excellence by winning a Considerate Constructors Scheme national site award.

Out of thousands of registered sites, Springfield Court, a project for social landlord, Trivallis, has been recognised as one of the highest performing sites in the UK.

The site in Church Village, where 40 two and three-bed houses and one-bed flats have been constructed, has been judged to demonstrate the highest level of considerate construction towards the public, the workforce and the environment.

This is the fourth site from Jehu to have scooped one of these prestigious awards thanks to the leadership of Jehu site manager, Nyron Wood, who has been with the company for over 20 years.

The team will now head up to London in April to find out if it has been selected for a bronze, silver or gold award.

Site manager, Nyron Wood, said: “It is a great honour to once again be recognised in these prestigious awards. We have worked really hard to continuously improve what we’re doing on site and it is great to get this external recognition.

“I take great pride on site and I have been very proud of what we have achieved at Springfield Court. On this particular scheme, we have really immersed ourselves in the local community participating in the BITC Give and Gain day event, to partnering with local schools and carrying out cycle to work initiatives. The whole site team, including sub-contractors and suppliers, have bought into this scheme, which I think has really shown through when we have had CCS site visits. I look forward to attending the awards dinner in April.”

The Considerate Constructors Scheme is a non-profit-making, independent organisation founded in 1997 by the construction industry to improve its image.

Construction sites, companies and suppliers voluntarily register with the Scheme and agree to abide by the Code of Considerate Practice, designed to encourage best practice beyond statutory requirements.

 March 2017