" “being run 
 in a well organised & considerate manner with excellent work practices & good logistical planning to ensure high levels of satisfaction for all affected parties.”"

Tony Puttnam, Considerate Constructor's Scheme

Rhinoceros a Considerate Constructor

Following a recent visit from the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS), the site at Monument Subway received a very favourable report. Along with receiving a score of 33.5 out of 40, the site was described in the report as:  “being run in a well organised & considerate manner with excellent work practices & good logistical planning to ensure high levels of satisfaction for all affected parties.”  The site also did not score less than 4 out of 5 in any of the eight categories.The refurbishment work on The Monument subway is due to be completed in June, and once complete the subway will have been returned back to its original state.

The Subway, first built in 1936, has not been substantially changed since. The new heritage scheme, developed in coordination with City of London and London Underground, intends to refurbish the subway to its original condition using specialist British contractors, including the same British tile manufacturer, Shaws of Darwen,  who supplied handmade tiles colour matched to the originals.  Consultation and expertise on all painting and finishing aspects of the subway has been provided by Rhinoceros.

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