A free online resource for construction professionals to share best practice has achieved over two million views and registered over 10,000 users.
The Best Practice Hub was launched by the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) in 2015 and now features over 2,000 examples of best practice.
The Hub features CCS ‘Spotlight on…’ campaigns, which focus on issues affecting the industry including mental health, illegal working, apprenticeships and women in construction.
The Top Contributor Leaderboard recognises the most prolific firms and individuals who contribute examples of best practice.
CCS chief executive Edward Hardy said, “The Scheme is enormously proud of this unprecedented achievement – over two million page views and 10,000 registered Hub users reflects the Best Practice Hub’s success in becoming the industry’s ‘go-to’ resource for best practice. The very existence of the Hub has created a trusted environment for contractors and the supply chain, and is helping to break down barriers across construction. The success of the Hub proves how much more the industry as a whole can accomplish through sharing best practice.”
Andrew Kinsey, Mace’s operations director for sustainability said, “Mace is very pleased to contribute to the success of the CCS Best Practice Hub as a means of encouraging the development and sharing of best practice. It’s totally aligned with our ethos of finding a better way for clients, and acting as a responsible business.”
Mark Dixon, senior site manager for Westleigh Partnerships added, “The Best Practice Hub underpins our core values on site and encourages us to strive to find new and imaginative examples of innovation for the betterment of all involved.”
A library of over 100 case studies highlight real-life examples of best practice on a variety of projects.