Site Manager, Rob Hill has attended the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) annual National Awards Ceremony, where he picked up the Bronze Award.
Rob’s efforts on the five-month Thirlmere Compensation Flow scheme for United Utilities earned him JN Bentley’s highest ever score in two separate CCS Assessments.
His combined score, which was based on assessments of site-specific management of eight issues including safety, welfare and environmental impacts, had already earned him a “Performance Beyond Compliance” certificate, but was also enough to secure a place for the Company in the prestigious National Final.
The event, which was held at the Lowry Hotel in Manchester, saw Rob’s project, worth c.£414,000 come up against some of the construction industry’s biggest names and project budgets, so his success was all the more recognition of the achievement.
General Manager, Ian Whitehead said, “Registering a project with the Considerate Constructors Scheme helps ensure that doing things the right way becomes a natural part of the planning process.”
He added, “It’s a very useful planning tool and this award, which is an outstanding recognition of the team’s work on the project, is the icing on the cake for a well planned and executed contract for United Utilities. Well done to the whole team.”
Pictured below (left to right): United Utilities’ Simon Povey (Project Manager) and Lynne Walker (Project Sponsor); JN Bentley’s Ian Whitehead (General Manager) and Rob Hill (Site Manager; United Utilities’ Andy Cawley (Programme Delivery Manager); and JN Bentley’s Lee Galloway (Design Co-ordinator) and Vanessa Paixao (Quantity Surveyor).