Record success for Miller in Considerate Constructors Scheme’s national awards

Miller Construction’s commitment to improving the industry’s image achieved major recognition in the national Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) annual awards.

A total of 13 Miller sites were recognised at ceremonies across the country for achieving exceptional standards of consideration towards the local neighbourhoods, general public, workforce and the environment.

Miller received four Gold awards for its sites at: Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen; Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gateshead; Avon & Somerset Police Express Park, Bristol and Telecoms Tower for Network Rail in Derby.

Four Silver awards for its sites at: Aberdeen Community Health and Care Village, Aberdeen; Avon & Somerset Police Ashmead Road, Bristol; Airbus Aerospace Park Lots 1 & 2, Bristol and City of Leicester College part of the Leicester BSF programme.

Five Bronze awards for its sites at: Finnieston substation, Glasgow; Bangor University, North Wales; Crown Hills Community College and New College, Leicester BSF and Jarratt Hall for the University of Birmingham.

Chris Webster, Chief Executive, Miller Construction, said:

“We are delighted to have collected 13 awards at this year’s ceremonies – the greatest number we have achieved in any one year to date. Securing this level of success across the national reach of our business goes to demonstrate that across all regions our teams are committed to delivering consistently high quality projects in a professional and considerate manner.

“The CCS remains an important industry body aiming to change perceptions of our industry and we are committed to working collaboratively with them on all of our sites to promote good practice.”

The CCS is a national initiative which aims to improve the image of the construction industry by encouraging best practice beyond statutory requirements and only the very best performing sites are recognised annually at the awards.

As an Associate member of the CCS, Miller Construction registers all its sites with the Scheme and each site is monitored against a Code of Considerate Practice which covers areas such as consideration for the public, environmental impact, cleanliness, being a good neighbour, as well as being responsible, respectful, safe and accountable.