Omagh Civil Engineering Firm Lifts Top Performance Award

Omagh firm William & Henry Alexander (Civil Engineering) Ltd have been celebrating following the 2014 National Site Awards ceremony
for the Considerate Constructor Scheme, held recently in Manchester.

The Awards were presented to the site teams from Dunmore Wind Farm, Limavady and Glenconway Wind Farm, Claudy respectively.

National Considerate Constructor Site Awards are presented to the top performing sites registered with the scheme.

Scores are obtained during the Considerate Constructor Scheme audits completed during construction of the projects.

Dunmore Wind Farm, a William & Henry Alexander (Civil Engineering) Ltd contract for client Capital Dynamics Ltd received a Silver National Considerate Constructor Award, whilst Glenconway Wind Farm, a Gael Force Renewables Ltd contract for client SSE Renewables received a National Runner-up for the Most Considerate Site 2014 Award following receipt of a Gold National Award.

Gael Force Renewables Ltd is a successful Joint Venture Company formed by William & Henry Alexander (CE) Ltd, McLaughlin & Harvey Ltd and Barr Ltd in 2011.

Speaking afterwards, a spokesperson for Alexander’s said, “The Awards are a testament to the dedicated site teams that have demonstrated the highest levels of consideration towards the public, their workforce and the environment in which they are building.”