Coronavirus Notice at Site Entrance

Construction site activity was paused towards the end of March and we have since been working tirelessly to ensure that we are confident we have a clear set of procedures and revised guidelines in place, enabling us to operate safely. We have been working collaboratively with our supply chain to assess all aspects of our site activities and address the changes that need to be made to comply with restrictions imposed on us.

Health and Safety remains our top priority and a huge amount of work has gone in to making sure people can return to our projects with confidence in well planned and thought out operating procedures, whilst still delivering them to the highest of standard.

Every site entrance has been carefully planned to ensure people can get in and out safely, with a clear message to remind us all to stay safe. Where possible, one way systems have been put in place. In the case of a need of a 2 way walkway, foot paths and through routes have been widened to ensure 2m distances can be kept. In a case where 2m social distancing cannot be achieved (on a stair case or in a corridor) we have adopted ‘Amber Routes’ where face coverings or masks are to be worn.

This example of best practice is just one way that projects can work to tackle the virus and reduce the spread. For full guidance and the latest Government advice read the Construction Leadership Council’s Site Operating Procedures.

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