Presentation on theme: "1 is for our 1 st choice suppliers, of which we have just 53! We have a few more within our supply chain, with 378 approved suppliers and 29 approved."— Presentation transcript:
1 is for our 1 st choice suppliers, of which we have just 53! We have a few more within our supply chain, with 378 approved suppliers and 29 approved consultants. Back to beginning Next Please!
2 is for 2 nd to none on Health & Safety! (See what we did there?) With a targeted Accident Incident Rate (AIR) of 600 over the year, we have achieved well below that with just 378. On top of that, John Hallams team have managed 464 days without any reportable accidents: Building Safer starts with Simons! Back to beginning Next please!
3 is for the website... Over 31,000 page views have happened on the new look company website since its launch in October, that's 70% more than the same period last year! A huge thank you to everyone who helped with it, keep an eye out for more updates and news in plenty to come! Back to beginning Next please!
4 is for HSS support to Simons… Well over 4,000 items of PPE have been ordered through HSS this year, that's just hard hats, gloves & high vis jackets - Imagine the amount of boots! Thank you so much to all in the HSS team - what would we do without you?! Back to beginning Next please!
5 is for Simons Developments. There have been 5 planning approvals granted for Developments project this year, with 3 more being worked on at this exact moment in time! The team have been flat out this year, with project values totalling £102.1m! Not to mention obstacles finally being overcome in Scunthorpe and nationwide projects opening for business from Bargoed to Carterton. Persistence through adversity might just have to be the team strapline! Back to beginning Next please!
6 is for the Peter & Gwyneth Hodgkinson Trust. A whopping £66,000 has been donated through the trust in the years that it has been set up, helping a host of phenomenal organisations and charities in Lincolnshire, making a real difference to the community that we are based in. Back to beginning Next please!
7 is for Health. Simons have dealt with 7 projects in the health sector this year. With incredible projects starting in the new year and deserved recognition with Building Better Healthcare Award short-listings (and a very special "Highly Recommended") it's been a great year for health, despite the discreet reputation! "Who knew Simons do health?" They will do in 2014! Back to beginning Next please!
8 is for a gigantic commitment from our Building Greener strategy... The value of our contract with Go Green Waste Management? Over £80,000! This has run across 58 sites this year, so a huge investment into acting sustainably wherever we are. Back to beginning Next please!
9 is for… The 92m extension bridge that our Distribution team are creating at Magna Park in Milton Keynes for Gazeley & John Lewis, along with a new distribution & manufacturing centre. Keep an eye on our site to see live updates from the team! Back to beginning Next please!
10 is for Simons Construction. Over 2013, the construction teams have completed: 5 major projects 7 new build projects Over 100 refurbishment projects (See? 100?) Get involved with Construction News #LoveConstruction Campaign on Twitter by searching for the hashtag. Back to beginning Next please!
11 is for a third of our new starters…! 33 new faces have joined Simons Group in 2013: 21 in Simons Construction 7 in Simons Group 4 in Simons Design 1 in Simons Developments Exciting times ahead for all! Back to beginning Next please!
13 is for awards won by Simons this year! We were also Shortlisted for: Building Better Healthcare: Best Technology Product & Best Use of Existing Estate, Critical Care City Campus, Nottingham University Hospital. Property Week, Sustainability Achievement Award, Simons Group, Cheshire Oaks. Building Magazine, Contractor of the Year (up to 300m), Simons Group. 2 Degrees Network – Sustainability Champion of the Year, Simons Group Construction Manager of the Year – Marat Mugttinov, Primary Care Unit, Townend Court, Hull & John Ginnelly, Town Centre Development, Newark Who said 13 was an unlucky number?! A huge congratulations and thank you to everyone involved. Building Better Healthcare Awards: Best Healthcare Procure21+ Project (Highly Commended), Simons Group, Astley Court. LABC National Awards: Sustainable Project (Highly Commended), Simons Construction, Cheshire Oaks. BE2 (Built Environment) Awards: AEC Best Use of Twitter, Simons Group. Considerate Constructors: Gold National Site Awards, Simons, M&S Cheshire Oaks. Sustain Awards: Construction, Simons Group, Cheshire Oaks. LABC Regional Awards: Simons Design, Unit J, Brotherhood Peterborough, Simons Construction, M&S Cheshire Oaks & Simons Construction, M&S Newport. Building Magazine: 50 Stars of Sustainability, Simons Group. Green Apple Award: National Champion Award, Simons Group. M&S Property Plan A Awards: Supplier of the Year, Partnership of the Year, Innovation of the Year (for use of social media) (Click again…) Back to beginning Next please!
14 is for LinkedIn... We have 114 of our employees LinkedIn with Simons Group's company profile... (A tenuous link, it has to be said, but still, a great figure - especially as it makes up for nearly 70% of our employees!) With over 700 followers on the company's profile page, our online presence is only set to grow in 2014, so keep an eye out! Back to beginning Next please!
15 is for the near 1500 trees planted at the Woodland Trust tree planting event earlier this month. Despite the weather there were smiles all around and with a phenomenal show of team spirit from everyone, we managed to plant the trees in just 3 hours - Meaning that we have offset the carbon emissions of our head office from last year. Each tonne of carbon needs 4 trees to be planted and it takes up to 100 years for the carbon to be fully sequestered as timber. This 'Diamond' woodland has been created to celebrate the Queen's jubilee year and will be comprised of 85,000 trees in total, with Princess Anne planting the final tree on Thursday 12th December. A huge thank you to everyone who helped make the day possible. Back to beginning Next please!
16 is for… The number of key customers we started with in It's the same figure at the end of A lot with a few. We stand by it. Back to beginning Next please!
17 is for the 17 million awards* weve won for Cheshire Oaks Ok, so we havent won that many awards, but the Biggest & Greenest store for M&S has made us incredibly proud to have been involved, winning a huge amount of awards, including Sustain, LABC, Green Apple, Building Magazine & an FSC award, among many others. It has also seen Simons being used in several guides for sustainable construction, including BM Tradas guide to certification and M&Ss own case study for Community engagement. Thank you to everyone involved in every award, every brick, every . Weve all seen the effects. To those not involved, thank you for putting up with us! * Categorically incorrect number. Used for effect, as a joke. Back to beginning Next please!
18 is for 18 months of construction in Bargoed. In November we completed 18 months of construction and 5 years of working on Bargoeds retail plateau, a multi-million pound redevelopment for the area. You can read plenty more on our website, but in the meantime, a huge thank you to everyone involved in such an important project. Back to beginning Next please!
19 is for CCS (well, the news needs to go somewhere!) Cheshire Oaks received a Gold Considerate Constructors award this year, gaining a score of 38/40 during construction. With the new scoring system in place, our site teams have been quick to rise to the challenge, with John Ginnellys team achieving a phenomenal score of 45/50 and a Beyond Compliance certificate. With many more of the sites going above and beyond, we are making a difference to the communities we work in and keeping the standards of health and safety incredibly high on our projects – thank you to everyone who is playing their part – it really is making a huge difference! Back to beginning Next please!
20 is for the game-changer... It takes, on average, approximately 120* cups of tea per day to run our head office. 160 in the winter. With regards to the vending machines in the café offering coffee, hot chocolate & soups: 4,436 cups have been used over the year, so we have plenty of hydrated workers at 991! *120, just to clarify. Back to beginning Next please!
21 is for herbal tea. On average, we get through 21 herbal tea bags per day in our head office. Well, we are builders after all. Back to beginning Next please!
22 is for Twitter: (An alliteration tie-in) A few facts for you 681 followers on Twitter (a lot for a construction business!) 1,057 tweets 2 awards Have a look, get involved: https://twitter.com/Simons_Group Back to beginning Next please!
23 is for 23 Recognition Awards given out this year! To break it down: 12 x new qualifications and degrees achieved 5 x awards for exemplary displays of the company values 6 x long service awards (Over 160 years between them!) Congratulations to all! Back to beginning Next please!
24 is a big one, so weve chosen carefully… 24 months have passed since we began the endeavour to reach Altius Accreditation and, this year, our Construction team working on the Boots framework achieved it, passing a rigorous independent assessment and accreditation process. Simons has demonstrated to our expert assessors that its a top supplier… We are delighted to welcome the team as one of our assured contractors. Gary Plant, MD of Altius Vendor Assessment Thank you to everyone who helped make this possible. Back to beginning Next please!
25 is for our Distribution team… A new part of the company that has been developing throughout the year and is set to be a pivotal part of the companys growth in The teams pipeline of opportunity for is a staggering £250m, so heres hoping they can rise to the challenge! Back to beginning Next please!