2012 - December 2012

Sixth year of improvement in CCS scores – 18/12/12

Give And Gain

Henry Boot Construction completed 2012 with an average Considerate Constructors Scheme score of 34.7 points, turning out a year on year improvement for the last six years and demonstrating our continued commitment to the principles of the scheme.

The highest score recorded in 2012 was 37.5 points at the North Lincolnshire Homes external wall insulation project in Scunthorpe.

Four other projects scored a total of 36.5 points each, including Leicester Kitchens & Bathrooms and Westcliff School in Scunthorpe.

The lowest scores received on any of our sites in 2012 was 32, still way above the compliance level for the scheme, and a testament to both internal management and site staff’s commitment to the scheme.

HBC is an Associate Member of the Considerate Constructors Scheme, which aims to improve the image of construction through providing excellent working conditions on site, minimising the impact of construction activities on the environment and leaving a lasting legacy of improvement in the communities affected by the works.

In the past three years, we have been nominated for a number of national awards from the CCS, including coming runner up to ‘Most Considerate Site’ in three consecutive years – a first for any company since the Scheme began.

“Another excellent performance by our site teams this year has enabled us to improve our average CCS score yet again. Our commitment to the CCS is part of our overall sustainability strategy, which helps us leave a lasting positive impact from all our construction activities.”

Richard Grafton, Head of Management Services, Henry Boot Construction

Click Here for details of our scores 2006 to 2012

For more information contact:

Steve Allen
Business Development Manager