Scots regeneration firm becomes CCS Client Partner

Neil McKay receiving the certificate of Client Partnership

URBAN Union has vowed to help raise standards and improve the image of the construction sector after becoming a Client Partner of the Considerate Constructors Scheme.

The Scottish regeneration company has made a commitment to improve the image by recommending Scheme registration to the construction sites they control. The firm will also be expected to encourage compliance with all aspects of the Scheme’s Code of Considerate Practice on all registered sites and companies.

Neil McKay, managing director at Urban Union said, “We are delighted to be a Client Partner of the Considerate Constructors Scheme. Urban Union works predominantly in the regeneration sector and it is vital to us to proactively improve and enhance the communities in which we work. The Considerate Constructors Scheme is therefore a great way for us to demonstrate our commitment to the community and positively improve the image of construction at the same time.”

Considerate Constructors Scheme chief executive Edward Hardy added, “We welcome Urban Union as the 54th Client Partner of the Scheme. Every construction client has an extremely important role to play in helping to improve the image of the industry. By becoming a Client Partner of the Scheme, Urban Union is clearly demonstrating its dedication to raising standards in collaboration with its contractors and the supply chain.

“Client Partner registered sites consistently perform to a higher standard than other Scheme-registered sites, further underlining the positive impact this Partnership has on improving the image of the industry.”