Overbury, the fit out and refurbishment specialist company has managed to win a number of awards at an annual construction awards ceremony. The company was given five awards at the Considerate Constructors Regional Awards.
Overbury took home two gold, two silver and a bronze award for their work. The awards were given to The fit out and refurbishment company for the work they have done on projects in Birmingham and Leicester. There were four projects in the Birmingham area and one in the Leicester area that has led to Overbury taking home five awards from the Considerate Constructors Regional Awards.
Overbury has only managed to win two golds at the event once before, so to manage it again is a great achievement for the company. The Awards recognise the hard work put in by construction companies in order to make sure that the best practice possible is used by construction sites, companies and suppliers. Members of the industry can voluntarily register in order to be a part of the Considerate Constructors Scheme. The Scheme is non-profit making and was created in order to help the construction industry improve its image. Members of the Considerate Constructors Scheme agree to abide by a Code of Considerate Practice in order to encourage best practice over and above levels set by the statutory requirements.
The gold awards were given for fit out and refurbishment carried out at Louisa House for Acivico and Edmund Street for HSBC. The Awards were collected by the site managers Jason Walls, Scott Tullett, Steve Allman and Mike Burrows. Jason Walls and Scott Tullett also collected a silver award for their work on the Library of Birmingham that was carried out for the Brasshouse Language School. The second silver award was given to Steve Allman, Mark Smith and Mark Gerald and Mike Burrows for the project carried out for Leicester City Council and IBM.