Written in stone: ROD joins Considerate Constructors Scheme
10 June 2019
Firm becomes registered professional with Considerate Constructors Scheme - an initiative established by the construction industry to promote culture of safety and respect on construction sites, within local community and the environment impacted by construction activity
L-R: ROD CPD manager Edward Warren and director Marc Jones with the company's certificate of registration for the Considerate Constructors Scheme.
Roughan & O’Donovan (ROD) has become a registered professional with the Considerate Constructors Scheme – an initiative established by the construction industry to promote a positive culture of safety and respect on construction sites, within the local community and the environment impacted by construction activity.
“Attaining the highest standards possible on our projects is very important to us; it helps us not only win repeat business but also attract the very best people to work with us,” said ROD’s Marc Jones.
“Registration shows our clients, contractors and the wider community that we take construction standards seriously and are committed to improving the image of the construction industry.”
Chief executive of the Considerate Constructors Scheme Edward Hardy said: “We are thrilled to welcome Roughan & O’Donovan as the first consulting engineers in Ireland to become a registered professional with the scheme.
“Roughan & O’Donovan is demonstrating its commitment to raising its standards in considerate construction to help improve the image of our industry, and we look forward to more Irish and UK professional organisations joining the scheme and realising the many benefits it offers.”
Not-for-profit, independent organisation
The Considerate Constructors Scheme is a not-for-profit, independent organisation founded by the construction industry in 1997 to improve its image.
The scheme contends that if all those working across the construction industry presented an image of competent management, efficiency, awareness of environmental issues and above all neighbourliness, then they would become a positive advertisement, not just for themselves but for the industry as a whole.
Construction sites, companies, suppliers, clients and professional service organisations voluntarily register with the scheme and agree to abide by its Code of Considerate Practice, designed to encourage best practice beyond statutory requirements.
The code commits those registered with the scheme to care about appearance, respect the community, protect the environment, secure everyone’s safety and value their workforce.
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