Considerate Constructors win for Ringway at Bletchley
November 6, 2017 / Corporate

Considerate Constructors win for Ringway at Bletchley

Ringway Infrastructure Services has won the silver award at this year’s Considerate Constructors Scheme company awards.

The Considerate Constructors Scheme’s national site awards recognise sites that have raised the bar for considerate construction. The winning scheme involved the full refurbishment of a pedestrian area to create a new car park and pedestrian friendly area at Elizabeth Square, Queensway, Bletchley. 
 
The award was presented to Business Manager Suzanne Seaman, Contracts Managers Daniel Mullins and Mike Ricketts and Operations Manager John Wolstencroft. They were joined by Milton Keynes Council client, Andrew Dickinson at the ceremony at the Four Seasons Hotel on Friday 3 November 2017. 
 
The £85,000, six-week project was completed two weeks ahead of schedule and included civils, blockwork, new signing, lining and the creation of a new one-way system in the town centre. An initial roadshow and weekly drop-in sessions were held to give local residents and businesses an opportunity to speak to the team and receive progress updates. The site was protected with heras fencing with viewing holes cut out so passers-by could view the site. Boards were used to share information with the local community.
 
Suzanne Seaman, Business Manager who manages the assessments for Ringway Milton Keynes said: “We use the Considerate Constructors Scheme to help drive improvement across our sites, referring to the best practice shared through their hub and we’re delighted to have received a silver award.”
 
John Nicholson, Regional Director for Ringway said: “It is amazing to have hard work recognised like this at such a pretigous event. It is a tremendous result by all in Ringway Milton Keynes, well done to all involved.”

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