Congratulations to all of the winners of Kier Construction Eastern’s 2017 Site Safety Awards.

The Awards – as chosen by Eastern’s SHE team – are presented annually to the three best performing sites across KCE’s three regions. In addition, individual awards go to: the Kier staff member who has best demonstrated Personal Safety Leadership over the year and; the subcontract team who have best embraced Kier’s safety standards.

This year’s winning sites were:
North: North Range Buildings for the University of Cambridge. The team’s certificate was presented to Senior Project Manager, Max Pearson and Site Manager, Scott Brammer. Their prize, a cheque for £1000 will go to the team’s chosen charity, Cancer Research UK.

South: Almond Hill School, Stevenage. Senior Site Manager, Andy Gruncell and Assistant Site Manager, Jon Townson collected their certificate and a charity cheque for £1000 made out to Macmillan Cancer Support.

West: Castle Newnham School. The £1000 charity cheque for Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance and winners certificate was presented to Site Manager, Steve Moore and Assistant Site Manager, Will Goss.

Ian Barber, Site Manager in the South team, was the proud recipient of the Personal Safety Leadership Award and a charity cheque for £330 which he will be presenting to Somersham Ward Support Group.

Lee Shrigley and Mark Bowden from Euro Scaffolding attended the presentation lunch at the Felix Hotel, Cambridge, to receive the Supply Chain award from Kier Construction Eastern’s Safety Director, Dennis Cotton, Safety Manager, Tony Brixey and Managing Director, Mark Dady.

Photo (left to right): Andrew Gruncell, Max Pearson, Ian Barber, Steve Moore, Will Goss, Mark Dady, Mark Bowden, Lee Shrigley, Dennis Cotton, Scott Brammer, Jon Townson, Tony Brixey.