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John Sisk & Son reaches new high with Considerate Constructors Scheme
John Sisk & Son has had another record breaking year under the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) Site Code of Considerate Practice as it announces that all 36 of its live UK sites scored well above average for industry excellence.
With an average site score of 35 out of 40 points, John Sisk and Son is consistently exceeding the industry average of 31. Site audits cover all eight sections of the Code, including consideration, environment, respectful and safety. A quarter of the contractor’s sites will also qualify for the CCS’s annual National Site Awards, which acknowledge the highest scoring 7.5% of sites and recognise each team’s consideration towards local communities, the workforce and the environment.
A total of eight John Sisk & Son projects are set to win a CCS National Site Award including the Fullabrook Wind Farm in Devon, the Bombardier Aerospace development in Belfast and W05 of the Wembley City regeneration scheme in London.
Going forward John Sisk & Son will set an internal performance target of a minimum of 36 points under the Code.
James Meredith, Company Safety, Quality & Environmental Manager at John Sisk & Son, said: “Our responsibility to the communities and environment in which we work is an integral part of our site management. The objectives of the CCS are closely aligned to ours as a family owned and run company, and we are delighted to have to achieved such high standards across the board this year. Our new internal target will set a challenging but achievable goal which pushes the teams at John Sisk & Son to continue leading the way in social responsibility.”
The John Sisk & Son sites will be among 650 winners selected from 8,500 eligible sites to recieve a Bronze, Silver or Gold award at CCS National Site Awards in March 2012.