Perimeters shortlisted for Cornwall Sustainability Awards
Perimeters has been shortlisted as a finalist in the 16th Annual Cornwall Sustainability Awards (CSA) in the Innovation and Resource Efficiency Categories. The awards celebrate the people, projects & organisations who are delivering environmental growth! The CSA encourage, reward, and recognise the excellent work organisations are doing to improve their own sustainability while positively growing the natural environment in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
Cornwall Sustainability Awards measure improvements in sustainability of development
The longevity of the CSA, is also a testament to the importance sustainability is having in more and more areas of life and business. Rather than warm words and token gestures, the CSA recognise measurable contributions to sustainability. Each meter of Perimeters’ hoarding in use will divert 45kg of waste from landfill. Over the last year Perimeters reusable hoarding diverted more than 200,000 kg waste from landfill in the South West of England.
Perimeters enabling sustainable construction
Over the last 12 months Perimeters has worked on a wide range of projects across the South West. Which demonstrates there should be no project where overall sustainability is not taken into account.
- Schools: Trevithick Camborne, Kingfisher Bristol, Chagford Sch Chagford
- Hospitals: Royal Devon & Exeter, Tavistock NHS Trust
- Hotels: Royal Clarence Exeter, Headland Newquay
- Housing: Poundbury Dorchester, Nansledan & Woodlands Newquay
- Student Accommodation: Beckley Point Plymouth, GSA Exeter
- Redevelopments: Exeter Coach & Bus Station, Aerohub Newquay, Portside Park Avonmouth
- High public contact sites: Bodmin Jail, Morrisons Plymstock, Hall for Cornwall
Confidence in a sustainable way of working
The nominations are tribute to the hard work and professionalism of all staff and suppliers who help Perimeters deliver its projects. Above all the nomination wouldn’t have been possible without the confidence shown in Perimeters by our clients including Kier Construction, Midas, CG Fry, Legacy Properties, Gilbert & Goode, SCB Groundworks, Brady Construction, Interserve, Trebor Development.
The 2018 Cornwall Sustainability Awards will be made at a ceremony to take place at the Headland Hotel Newquay on 30th November 2018. Perimeters re-usable hoarding installed to secure the current development of a health spa at the Headland is a testament to our approach and why our clients, in growing numbers, are choosing a sustainable approach for their site hoarding. We are confident the award judges and guests will be impressed with how Perimeters re-usable hoarding demonstrates a sustainable approach to construction site hoarding that can be an attractive and commercially sound approach.