The Greencore Construction team has been recognised at the annual Building Safety Group (BSG) Health and Safety Awards for its work to bring healthy and sustainable homes to Oxfordshire.
Greencore won the Environmental category for its Biond construction system, a timber frame panel system that uses all-natural hemp-lime insulation to deliver sustainable homes with high thermal performance and enhanced living comfort.
Greencore’s managing director, Ian Pritchett, said:
“We are very proud to have been awarded the BSG Environmental Award. We work hard to respect the environment, and use low carbon and natural materials to lower environmental impact as much as possible, so it’s great to be recognised for that. I would like to congratulate, as well as thank every member of our team who has worked to contribute to this renowned health and safety award.”
The BSG Health and Safety Awards are held every year and recognise its members’ achievements and excellence in work-related health and safety performance.
BSG’s managing director, Paul Kimpton, said:
“The BSG Awards ceremony was once again a national celebration of our members’ dedicated commitment to health and safety in construction. Recognised award winners such as Greencore Construction should be immensely proud of their achievement and highly commended for their admirable approach to building healthy and sustainable housing.
“It is BSG members like Greencore who make a significant contribution to raising the bar when it comes to health and safety standards across the sector, and we offer them our congratulations.”