We are delighted to share that our work on two projects, a CAT B installation at the Albert Dock complex in Liverpool, and the CAT A work at Colmore Square, Birmingham, for our client Legal & General, has been recognised as performing beyond compliance by the Considerate Constructors Scheme.

The monitoring Scheme, which companies volunteer to register with, aims to raise standards across the construction sector by monitoring sites and encouraging best practice beyond statutory requirements. The Code of Considerate Practice commits those sites, companies and suppliers registered with the Scheme to care about appearance, respect the community, protect the environment, secure everyone’s safety and value their workforce. It rewards those who are performing at the highest levels in each of those areas. Both sites were found to be performing to a score of 7 or above, out of a possible score of 9, in each of these five areas, meaning they are considered to be ‘Performing beyond compliance’.

In the report for the Edward Pavilion site, the Scheme monitor said: “A robust regime of health and safety inspections/audits has been put in place, and the adequacy of the Covid safety measures is reviewed concurrently. Reports provided by the PM confirm the excellent safety performance by the project team.”

He continued: “The company demonstrates its commitment to the fair treatment and well-being of all on site through a range of policies and procedures, and it is clear that the company and the team has put a great deal of effort into devising and implementing a range of measures to protect all on site from the potential impacts of Covid-19.”

ADT Workplace co-founder, David Clemetson commented: “This is a fantastic achievement for the teams and project partners working across both of these sites, who have all worked tirelessly and in true partnership to maintain the highest standards of health and safety and staff welfare during these challenging times. A special thanks and well done to all involved.”

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