We are delighted to share that the M25 junction 28 improvement scheme has achieved an “excellent” rating from the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS). An independent body dedicated to enhancing the overall quality and compliance within the construction industry, the CCS recognition underscores the projects commitment to exceptional standards in construction practices.
Receiving an “excellent” rating signifies the teams unwavering dedication to implementing efficient construction methods that priorities safety, social responsibility, and sustainable practices. This marks the projects second CCS audit, where it proudly retained a perfect score of 45/45.
The CCS auditor, said:
“This site is continuing to conform to the CCS Code of Considerate Practice to an excellent standard. Community communication and support arrangements remain comprehensive and appearance standards are very high. It is great to see the progress in the site’s social plans and the wide range of community support and engagement activities that have been undertaken to date”.
To achieve this recognition demonstrates the team’s persistent commitment to not only meeting but surpassing standards set by the CCS. The dedication to maintain high levels of community engagement, safety, and social value, continues to drive the project forward, leaving a lasting impact.
Hugh McNally, GRAHAM Project Manager said:
“Once again, I am immensely proud that this project has achieved top marks from the CCS. The team have been working extremely hard to met project milestones and this recognition demonstrates the teams commitment to deliver high standards, while prioritising safety and efficiency".
Zach Pepper, National Highways Project Manager added:
“I’m thrilled that we’ve once again achieved top scores across the board from the Considerate Constructor Scheme. And having just achieved our first bridge lift – a significant milestone for the project – it’s great recognition of all the hard work that everyone is putting in to deliver this project safely, with consideration to those around us, road users and the environment.”