Nov, 2017 Blog Posts
SPV Group are delighted to have won a Bronze Considerate Constructors Scheme 2017 National Company Award. The Considerate Constructors Scheme’s National Awards are one of the most respected accolades in UK construction. By registering with the Scheme, companies and suppliers demonstrate a strong commitment to improving the image of the industry.
The awards recognise the highest performing companies and suppliers which have demonstrated excellence in relation to the community, the environment and their workforce.
SPV have demonstrated the highest levels of consideration towards the public, its workforce and the environment through adhering to the Scheme’s five-point Code of Considerate Practice:
Care about Appearance | Respect the Community | Protect the Environment | Secure everyone’s Safety | Value their Workforce
Considerate Constructors Scheme 2017 National Company Award winners are selected from the top performing registered companies monitored between the 1 August 2015 and the 31 July 2017.
The award acknowledges that SPV Group has played a fundamental role in improving the image of construction and is a credit to the industry.
SPV Managing Director Howard Evans commented;
“This is a fantastic achievement for SPV and one we are very proud of. Thank you to all of the dedicated SPV team members who work incredibly hard and without whom this would not be possible”
Considerate Constructors Scheme Executive Chairman Isabel Martinson said:
"Each year, the Scheme is amazed by the increasingly innovative and ingenious ways that companies and suppliers devise to elevate their levels of consideration to the community, workforce and environment. On behalf of the Scheme, I would like to offer huge congratulations to all of this year’s award winners who have worked extremely hard to raise standards of consideration, both within their own organisations and for the good of the entire industry. We look forward to continuing to work with the industry to raise standards in considerate construction to an even higher level."