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Tom Willoughby Wins CCS Awards

Tom Willoughby recently attended the National Company Awards 2015 and were awarded with a CCS Bronze Award for their work on Hensall Primary School and Huddersfield Audi Refurbishment, respectively.

The National Company Awards are presented to the highest performing registered companies in the Country and “celebrate those companies registered with the Considerate Constructors Scheme who have implemented the highest standards of consideration towards the neighbourhood and general public, the workforce and the environment.”

Hensall Primary School (Phase Two)

The project comprised of the provision of a new classroom extension to a grade 2 listed building in order to expand the teaching space. All associated electrical & mechanical works were also undertaken. An underground air raid shelter was found during Phase One (earlier project) which we undertook remedial works on and caused H&S risks – wide exclusion zone. The works were completed in a live environment with a tight site and compound area. All works were completed in time to the client’s satisfaction.

Huddersfield Audi
The works included the strip out of suspended ceilings, internal partitions, floor and decorative coverings.  Stripping out of fixtures and fitting including electrical and mechanical installations. Provision of mezzanine floor to first floor office area with new fire stairs.

CCS Inspection Report for Hensall Primary School – Classroom Extension 
“The Project creates a clean, tidy & well organised appearance with well turned out operatives and good-quality fencing and facilities.”

“The principal objective of the project is to minimise disruption to the active school and the considerable efforts made appear to be successful and appreciated.”

“The time dedicated was appreciated and the constructive attitude displayed (by Stephen Walker and Andrew Blick) is indicative of high future expectations.

CCS Inspection Report for Huddersfield Audi – Refurbishment
“Overall, the site demonstrates an excellent level of compliance with the Schemes criteria.”

“The Site appearance is excellent with a liveried hording making an excellent first impression.”

“Safety consideration on the sites is of a high standard, in particular protection and exclusion of the general public from work areas.”

“Wider health awareness and health / lifestyle information is displayed throughout the accommodation and (Ian) provides free fruit on ‘Fruit Fridays’ 

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CCS Award Ceremony 2015 CCS Award