High safety standards achieved on University of Warwick project

PCE Ltd’s project and construction teams at University of Warwick have recently been praised for the Health & Safety standards which they are achieving on site, resulting in record scores on the third site audit conducted by Willmott Dixon for this period.

High safety standards achieved by PCE on University of Warwick project

Willmott Dixon’s Construction Manager Nick Preedy delivered the good news to PCE…

“Today’s visit by Willmott Dixon’s Group Safety Inspector Bob Walls was a huge success! The high-risk operations, working at height, excavations, working around live services, general tidiness of the site and the attitude of the workforce is superb, all of which was noted by Bob. This is the third audit this period, which means one more final visit to be conducted between now and Christmas.

“The scores so far this period are very high, and set the bar for the region, competing amongst the highest nationally, so no pressure on the final one PCE! 

“A marvellous way for PCE to really get going on site. Long may it continue!” 

PCE’s Construction Director Karl Hubbard commented: –

“The Warwick University project demonstrates just what PCE’s off-site engineered HybriDfMA systems are capable of, we have some of the largest finished walls that can be made being delivered to this project that are then being turned on site ready for installation.

“We will also be installing the largest structural steel Delta Beams in Europe on this project, all of which our multi skilled workforce will be coordinating and safely installing on a fully operational University Campus site. 

“All of this along with high levels of safety and quality can only be achieved by having a committed and skilled workforce, the off-site planning and fruition of the plan is outstanding and a real credit to all involved. 

“Well done from all at PCE, please continue to maintain the high standards that are currently being achieved.” 

PCE are achieving high health and safety standards on the construction site


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