2010 - December 2010

Rotherham 2010 Contract Completion – 24/12/10

Rotherham 2010
Rotherham 2010
New Kitchen - Rotherham 2010

The final properties on a £59m partnering framework with Rotherham 2010 were handed over this week, bringing to a close a five-year partnering framework with the ALMO.

Henry Boot Construction have brought around 5100 properties up to the Decent Homes Standard since 2006, including upgrades to kitchens, bathrooms, heating, windows, doors rainwater goods, repointing and chimney repairs to both standard and non-traditional housing.

Three of the sites on the framework received Considerate Constructors Awards and community involvement was strong throughout – one site came runner up as the ‘Most Considerate Site’ at the national awards in 2010.

Community investment was a key part of the framework for Henry Boot Construction, with highlights including repair works to a local church, new kitchens for a Methodist chapel and local Residents Association building, flood repair works to a community centre and involvement in Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food campaign.

The local workforce strongly represented on the scheme, and twelve Construction JobMatch traineeships were created.

Schemes were undertaken throughout the RMBC area, with works being completed in: Anston, Aston, Aughton, Blackburn, Bramley, Brampton, Brinsworth, Broom Valley, Canklow, Catcliffe, Clifton, Dalton, Dinnington, Eastwood, Herringthorpe, East Herringthorpe, Kimberworth, Kiverton, Maltby, Meadowbank, Rawmarsh, Richmond Park, Swallownest, Thrybergh, Thurcroft, Treeton, Town Centre, Ulley, Whiston, Wickersley.

For more information, contact:

Steve Allen

sallen@henryboot.co.uk