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'Considerate' Costain Scoops The Awards

2 June 2014

Costain has turned in yet another outstanding performance at the 2014 Considerate Constructors Scheme awards.

The Group picked up no fewer than 17 awards as project teams up and down the country went about creating or improving the built environment while minimising inconvenience and disruption to local residents and facility users.

They saw their efforts to improve the industry’s image rewarded with seven Gold, three Silver and seven Bronze awards.

The full roll-call of successful sites follows. Joint ventures (jv's) or consortia of which Costain was part have the jv’s title given in brackets. Notably, three Costain Skanska jvs working on various aspects of the Crossrail project in London were successful at the Gold Award level.

Gold Award: Crossrail C405 Paddington Station (Costain Skanska jv); A8 dualling of the Belfast to Larne road (Lagan Ferrovial Costain); Cleaner Seas (4Delivery); Crossrail C360 Eleanor Street and Mile End Park shafts (Costain Skanska jv); A244 Walton Bridge replacement over the Thames; Port Talbot Periphery Distributor Road Phase 2; and Advanced Works at Bond Street (Costain Skanska jv).

Both the Crossrail C405 and A8 dualling jobs were also runners-up in the race for the CCS’s top award, the UK’s Most Considerate Site.

Silver Award: Portsmouth flood alleviation scheme (4D); Minworth sewage treatment works; and Bond Street Station upgrade (Costain/Laing O’Rourke jv).

Bronze Award: A14 Huntingdon railway viaduct stiffer external steelwork; Heathrow Framework local project integrator; London Bridge Station redevelopment; Pontypridd town centre regeneration; Wanlip sewage treatment works; London Power Tunnels; and Liverpool Waste Water Treatment Works upgrade (GCA jv).




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