20Jul
2016

considerate contractors scheme
Performance Beyond Compliance Awarded from the CCS

Elements Europe have gratefully received a Performance Beyond Compliance certificate from the Considerate Contractors Scheme (CCS).

The certificate has been issued following a visit by the CCS to Elements Europe’s site at St Aidan’s Primary Catholic Academy in Illford, Essex.

The site was deemed as “Very Good” and “Excellent” across 5 key areas; appearance, community, environment, safety and workforce. A vast amount of work has been carried out in term time, highlighting the importance for high scores in these areas.

Neil Rivers, Site Manager commented “We strive for the highest of standards on all of Elements Europe’s sites. This recognition from the CCS is testimony to the workforce’s dedication to maintaining standards within our working environment.”

Elements Europe is delivering a full turnkey solution to the school with the construction of a brand new modular classroom block. Elements Europe has manufactured 9 new classroom modules as well as an office and toilet modules. It has also manufactured all stairwells and corridor cassettes for the new building.

Elements Europe has acted as the main contractor on this project and in the first instance demolished an old classroom block to make way for the new modular classrooms.  Elements Europe has now completed the envelope of the building and will complete landscaping and construct a new play area for the children in time for their return in September.

 

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