15 January 2018

Another Dribuild site awarded a Considerate Compliance certificate

Dribuild is currently on site at an industrial complex in Pucklechurch, Bristol, carrying out refurbishment work on a WWII barrage balloon hangar.

A very historical project, the works include the complete renewal of the building envelope fabric, the renewal of the interior building fabric and external hard-standing works including works to 2 single-storey ancillary annexes.

Dribuild‘s site manager, Ian Haughton was awarded the the Scheme’s Code of Considerate Practice by achieving a score of 5 or above in various sections of compliance. Marks are awarded for appearance, community, environment, safety and workforce.

The aim of the Scheme is to improve the image of construction which is achieved by monitoring the site, suggesting areas where improvements could be made and rewarding those who are performing at the highest levels.

Congratulations go to Ian on his efforts in improving the image of construction.

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