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Ivor Goodsite’s Hoarding Competition 2018 Winners announced!

Ivor’s Hoarding Competition has seen continued success since its launch back in 2012 and this year is no different! The 2018 competition saw a record number of entries and the standard of artwork produced by the participating sites has been astounding. A multitude of themes such as ‘Confidence and Self Esteem’, ‘Nature at its Finest’, ‘Unity and Equality’ and ‘Space – A never-ending dream’ meant our judges had an unbelievable amount of variety to look through.

Considerate Constructors Scheme Chief Executive Edward Hardy said: “Congratulations to everyone who participated in this year’s competition, and special congratulations to each of the winning entries.

“It is amazing to see so many Scheme-registered sites taking part each year – underlining how successful and how important this competition is in helping to facilitate positive engagement throughout the local communities across the length and breadth of the country. 

“I would like to thank all those registered with the Scheme for their continued enthusiasm and passion to promote the very best of our industry.” 

 

Now, it gives the Scheme great pleasure to announce the winners of Ivor Goodsite’s Hoarding Competition 2018:

 

CJ Construction (Wales) Ltd with the help of pupils and staff of Ysgol Bae Baglan School, Port Talbot, West Glamorgan.

Theme: Sam Cannon Art-inspired rainbow mural.

 

Bowmer & Kirkland with the help of Eden Park High School, Beckenham, Kent.

Theme: Rebirth of the School, as seen through Butterflies from a Chrysalis.

 

Galliford Try Building with LinkAble – a charity supporting young people and adults with learning disabilities.

Theme: Site Safety is a ‘no brainer’.

 

Galliford Try Partnerships West with the help of Frampton Cotterell C of E Primary School, Bristol.

Theme: Bristol.

 

Kier Construction with the help of Wendover C of E Junior School, Wendover, Aylesbury, Bucks.

Theme: The Enchanted Forest.

 

Lovell Partnerships Ltd with the help of Branston C of E Primary School, Lincolnshire.

Theme: The environment and the local area.

 

McLaughlin & Harvey Construction Ltd with the help of Hill of Banchory Primary School, Aberdeenshire.

Theme: Town Landmarks & Site Safety.

 

Osborne Construction Ltd (Geoffrey Osborne Limited) with the help of St. Luke’s C of E Primary School, Islington, North London.

Theme: Local History.

 

Skanska UK plc with the help of Cambridge International School, Cambridge.

Theme: Careers in Construction.

 

St. George City plc with the help of Hermitage Primary School, Tower Hamlets, East London.

Theme: Gauging Square: Past and Present.

 

Warden Construction Ltd with the help of a number of community groups which include Little Rainbows Autism Group, Life Church Barnton, Cheshire Police, The Royal British Legion, Weaverham High School, Barnton Parish Church. Barnton Community Primary School and Barnton Scouts and Beavers.

Theme: Autism Awareness and Bringing the Community Together.

 

Willmott Dixon Construction with the help of Brooklands Farm Primary School, Milton Keynes.

Theme: Our Blue Planet.

 

 

 

Make sure you look out for our Hoarding Competition 2018 brochure that is coming soon! This will showcase all of the 2018 participants and their fantastic works of art!

If you missed out on this years Hoarding Competition, be sure to look out for Honor Goodsite’s Big Build Competition which is coming this September and will run through to December. This will be another fantastic opportunity for you to engage with your local communities! You can find out more about this on our competitions pages and take a look at last years entries!

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