A Christleton construction firm has claimed an industry award.
Maxiflow Ltd won a Gold award and Runner-up award at the Considerate Constructors Scheme’s 2015 National Company Awards.
The company specialises in building, roofing, drainage, mechanical and electrical contracting.
They won within the category of companies with a turnover of £250,000 to £3.5 million.
The annual awards recognise the highest levels of consideration and care shown by companies registered with the Considerate Constructors Scheme towards their local neighbourhoods, the general public, their workforce and the environment.
They are judged by scheme monitors visiting the offices and sites of each, and rating their considerate performance against the Code of Considerate Practice.
Showing an outstanding commitment to improving the image of the industry, Maxiflow Ltd sponsored the main stand of Chester FC, promoting the scheme through its signage.
The scheme monitor noted: “The fact that the company’s banner is incorporating the CCS Most Considerate Company logo and is displayed on the ground’s main stand, as well as the club’s website, demonstrates that this company is actively and positively promoting the company’s registration in a high profile manner.”
The award was presented to Maxiflow’s managing director, Kevin McLeod, by Simon Carr, chair of the National Federation of Builders.
Scheme chairman Mike Petter said: “Congratulations to Maxiflow Ltd. This is a fantastic achievement and highlights how scheme-registered companies are continually raising standards way above and beyond statutory requirements.”