Honor Goodsite’s Big Build Competition

What is the Big Build?

Honor Goodsite’s Big Build competition enables Scheme-registered organisations to reach out to community groups, such as schools and youth clubs, to help them design and build famous or fictional buildings out of recyclable materials.

The Big Build Competition runs annually from September to December, but the Scheme is happy to register any interest for the competition throughout the year.

Honor’s competition is free to enter and allows children to think creatively about the environment and our impact upon it. The competition is a fantastic opportunity for contractors to engage with the public and also gives participants a window into the construction industry to see the varied, exciting jobs that come with it.

The Scheme received a whopping 32 entries in its first year, including a variety of models ranging from a stunning Wembley Stadium to a beautiful Manx Cottage. All contractors need to do is approach a school or community group, set a date for the build, collect recyclable materials and then – build!

You can register your interest by emailing enquiries@ivorgoodsite.org.uk or by calling 0800 783 1423.

Current Competition:

Honor’s Big Build returned for its second year on 3rd September.  Thanks to our partnership with ‘Go Construct’, we are delighted to announce that the competition received a record 40 entries! Every entry received fun packs and certificates for those that took part, with the winners receiving Honor Environmental Activity Books and a free Honor costume hire valid for 12 months as well.

How to enter:

The competition is not currently open, however, you can register your interest in the 2019 competition by emailing enquiries@ivorgoodsite.org.uk

Considerate Constructors Scheme Chief Executive Edward Hardy said:

“Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s Big Build competition and congratulations to every winner and runner-up.

This year has seen a record-breaking 40 competition entries from schools and charitable organisations across the UK each making highly imaginative recreations of local and iconic buildings using recyclable materials.

Communities and the local environment are often at the very heart of many building projects, and we are delighted to see how those registered with the Scheme are working with their local communities through the Big Build competition to create these fantastic pieces of artwork and engineering!”