Annexe Building London wins CCS Gold Award

Date Posted 22.05.23

We are delighted to announce that our Annexe Building project has been awarded a City of London Considerate Contractor Scheme Gold Award.

The Gold Award recognises that the requirements of the Code of Good Practice have been consistently exceeded. It reflects a spirit of pride, an awareness of the needs of the passing public and regard for the surrounding environment.

We are currently on-site converting the former Fish Market, Red House, Iron Mountain to prepare for a wider redevelopment scheme. Transforming Annexe Building into a range of spaces for the Museum of London.

Works include a temporary roofFish Market and Iron Mountain roof repairs, as well as Buyers Walk roof replacement. The project also involves the internal and external cleaning of masonry and stone repair, structural repairs to Red House, repair of timber sash windows, as well as timber truss and lantern repairs.

The project is being delivered as part of City of London OJEU Compliant framework.

We are delighted to have received recognition for our work on a challenging project in a busy area in the heart of London with interfaces with other contractors. We would also like to thank our supply chain partners for their efforts, as well as the support staff within McLaughlin & Harvey.

Lee Wasson

Senior Project Manager at McLaughlin & Harvey

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