This is a testament to the dedication, commitment and hard work of Admiralty Arch project manager, Macdara Woods and his team on site.
Achieving an amazing score of 43 out of 45 during the recent CCS audit, reflects the positive and proactive approach that the team on site have taken with regards to working in one of the most challenging and sensitive locations within London.
Macdara Woods, project manager comments; “Not only is this a great score, it’s been achieved during the COVID 19 pandemic, credit to the team who approached it as they would any other challenge. Managing it effectively, without jeopardising the safety of our workforce or the project delivery. It is the very resilience and dedication that is always seen on a McGee project from its employee-owned workforce.”
In each of the five sections of the Scheme’s Code of Considerate practice, the site achieved scores of no less than eight points out of a possible nine with a rating of “Excellent”.
A detailed analysis is undertaken by the Considerate Constructors’ inspectors with recognition given to every area of the site inspected, including, signage, recycling, health and safety, cleanliness and presentation.
Marc Byrne, Head of Social Responsibility said: “I would like to congratulate the team on this success. Every award-winning site demonstrates best practice and we are hugely proud of the site team and thank them for their hard work, dedication and commitment in achieving such high standards in Considerate Construction especially during one of the most testing times our industry has faced.”