Goodyear Neighbourhood Park certified in Considerate Constructors Scheme
Ground Control’s construction works at Goodyear Neighbourhood Park certified as ‘very good’ in Considerate Constructors Scheme, confirming committment to the scheme’s overriding aim to improve the image of construction.
To establish compliance, and recognise performance beyond compliance, Scheme Monitors visit offices, depots and individual projects or work areas, to score against each of the five Code headings – appearance, community, environment, safety and workforce.
Ground Control’s works at Goodyear Park include the construction of a new park on the old Goodyear industrial complex located on the outskirts of the city of Wolverhampton. The project consists of landscaped areas, a football pitch and cricket pitch as well as a MUGA, play areas and associated paths and footpaths. The project also contains a large balancing pond and is adjacent to a large number of newly constructed residential properties as well as a number of existing residential dwellings.
At a recent scheme audit, Goodyear Park received scores of 6 and 7 in all 5 sections, marking it as good/very good project and complying very well with all requirements.
Contract Manager for the site, Andy Staley, commented: “The site team and I were very pleased that the project was so well received by this industry scheme. Our result is due to the hard work and great efforts of Steve Hiatt, Site Supervisor, and our operational teams on site.”
For more information about the Considerate Constructors Scheme, visit: https://www.ccscheme.org.uk/