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VolkerFitzpatrick wins three Considerate Constructors Scheme Awards

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Three of VolkerFitzpatrick's projects have been awarded a 2013 Considerate Constructors Scheme Award, which show's the dedication of its project teams to the local communities in which they work.

Considerate Constructors Scheme Awards

VolkerFitzpatrick received a Bronze award for both University Square Stratford and the Velocity project as well as a Bronze award through its joint venture with Hochief on the East Kent Access Phase Two project.  All of the awards were presented on 25th April 2013 at the National Site Awards Ceremony at Plaisterer's Hall, London.

The team working on University Square Stratford was commended for their work within the local community, specifically on building a solid relationship with local neighbours and the recruitment of a local workforce.

The East Kent Access Phase Two project was also commended for its high levels of safety and responsibility as well as for consideration to the local environment and neighbourhood.

Richard Offord, managing director of VolkerFitzpatrick, said: "These awards are very important to VolkerFitzpatrick and we are delighted to be awarded three which shows just how much our teams invest in working with local communities."

The Considerate Constructors Scheme's National Site Awards are presented to construction sites, both large and small, that have raised the bar for considerate construction. The awards recognise sites' excellent standards of consideration towards their neighbours, their workforce and the environment.

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