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Monday, 10 May 2010

Considerate Constructors' Scheme Awards 2010

Bastows excel at the 2010 CCS Awards in London

We are proud to announce that we were the recipients of a Bronze award and a further Gold award at the ceremony on Thursday 6 May, held at Plaisterers Hall in the City of London.

The Bronze award was given in recognition of the outstanding performance of our project team working at 20-40 Ebury Bridge Road, SW1, led by the Site Manager Uzejir 'Chupo' Zecevic and assisted by Site Manager Vasil Lyutov. Both made their way to the stage and collected the award with pride in a job well done, knowing that they truly delighted the residents of the houses.

We were then presented with a Gold award for our work at 50-62 Eaton Square, SW1, encompassing repair and redecorations to 12 homes comprising several self-contained flats.

This award was received by Site Managers Elvis Caniparu and Almir Mujagic. Whilst they were on stage it as also announced that we were also the recipients of a highly prestigious National award for operating one of the Top 5 Most Considerate Sites in the UK for this project.

This is remarkable- the CCS attracts the participation of some of the 'big players' in our industry, and we were heartily applauded by all present for our clear sense of commitment to the wellbeing of residents, workforce and our environment as Elvis and Almir were presented with the trophy and certificate. The sense of something very special having happened was palpable, and despite the overcast day, the beautiful venue suddenly seemed very sunny indeed!

Understandably, we are delighted and so very proud of the efforts made by our Family. We are so proud that our planning, hard work and dedication to Making London Beautiful has been rewarded in this way; for a company of our size to achieve this is truly outstanding... but for a Family of our calibre, it's well deserved!

You can read more about our 2010 awards at

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