Galliford Try receives 15 nominations at Considerate Constructors Scheme National Site Awards

Topic Awards

Date 28 Mar 2024

A total of 15 Galliford Try projects have been selected for accolades at this year’s Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) National Site Awards.

The Considerate Constructors Scheme is an independently managed, not-for-profit organisation that works side-by-side with the construction industry and the public to raise standards and build trust in construction. The National Site Awards recognise the projects that are creating value in the communities surrounding them, and those that are respectful of the public, the workforce and the environment.

All 15 projects on the table below have been nominated for an award with the final grading, Gold, Silver or Bronze, to be revealed at five different regional ceremonies held around the country between 23 April and 5 May.

The winning projects are:

2 Colmore Square & Cannon House
Assembly Building C
Bloxham Grove Academy
Edenbridge Memorial Health Centre
Grantham Phase 3
Greenhead College
HMP Rye Hill
Monk Bridge
North East Melton Mowbray Distributor Road
Project Oak
Stonebow Unit
Worthing Integrated Care Centre & Multi Storey Car Park
Beatlie School
Minerva Street Phase 2 & 3

Bill Hocking, Chief Executive for Galliford Try, commented: “This is a fantastic achievement from our project teams, that demonstrates their dedication to the communities we work in across the country.

“The CCS National Awards serve to highlight the very best that our industry has to offer, so I would like to congratulate everyone in the business who has made this success possible. Good luck to all our teams for the regional ceremonies.”

Last year, Heather Bryant won the Community Champion Award at the CCS Leading Lights Awards accolade in recognition of her contribution to the Construction Mentorship Partnering Scheme (CMPS) at HMP High Down.