Ultimate industry commitment to Considerate Constructors Scheme leads to expansion of Ultra Sites
UK and Ireland: The Considerate Constructors Scheme has officially launched Ultra Site registration, following a 24-month pilot with a number of principal contractors and industry clients.
The most committed contractors and their supply chains across the UK and Ireland can now achieve Ultra Site status – the highest level of attainment within the Considerate Constructors Scheme – the organisation established to improve the image of construction.
Ultra Sites herald a new era in raising the considerate credentials of construction sites and their supply chains, with the ultimate objective to achieve integration of a contractor’s supply chain to meet and exceed the Scheme’s Code of Considerate Practice.
The ability for the principal contractors and their clients to now apply and be recognised as Ultra Sites, on specific construction projects, follows an extensive 24-month pilot with a consortium of some of the country’s leading contractors and industry clients. They are:
· A14 Integrated Delivery Team, Highways England
Ultra Site: A14 Cambridge-Huntingdon Upgrade
· Canary Wharf Contractors’ Limited
Ultra Site: Southbank Place, London
· Galliford Try Partnerships South East
Ultra Site: Protheroe House, London
Ultra Site: Project Beagle, Birmingham
· Kier Construction
Ultra Site: Sports Park 2, Pontypridd
· Mulalley & Company Ltd
Ultra Site: Haringey Major Works, London
Ultra Site: Chauncy Residential Development, Ware
· R G Carter
Ultra Site: UEA Blackdale Development, Norwich
· RG Group
Ultra Site: Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd, Redhill
- Robert Woodhead
Ultra Site: Former Morley School, Nottingham
- Robertson Construction Group
Ultra Site: Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre (AECC), Aberdeen
Ultra Site: Highways Partnering Agreement, Term Service Contract, Nottinghamshire
- Willmott Partnership Homes
Ultra Site: Trent Basin, Nottingham
These Ultra Sites represent the absolute pinnacle of achievement through contractors, clients and their supply chains collaborating on every level to demonstrate the highest standards of considerate construction, in line with the Scheme’s Code of Considerate Practice.
A number of Ultra Sites have provided case studies outlining their involvement in the pilot and how commitment to greater collaboration with the supply chain has created multiple benefits for these highest performing sites. Case studies also include a number of key insights from those within the supply chain and the client. Click here to find out more.
Considerate Constructors Scheme Chief Executive Edward Hardy said: “Achieving exceptional performance through greater collaboration with the supply chain is at the very core of being an Ultra Site. The construction industry’s desire and dedication to continually raise the bar to the highest standards in this key area is clearly evident with the success of the Ultra Sites pilot.
“The Scheme is now being inundated with requests from principal contractors and clients of construction projects to commit to being an Ultra Site. We are delighted with this enthusiasm from the industry and we look forward to showcasing how more Ultra Sites across the UK and Ireland are taking considerate construction to the next level.”
Click here to find out more about each Ultra Site.
To apply to become an Ultra Site, click here.