Building on a site that is tightly restricted for space and access is a challenge and one that the team at Clive Barrington are taking on with care and pride.
We dropped by to see how Acting Site Foreman, Jamie Ellis, and his colleague Steve Walters, are working through the challenges of this very interesting project.
The job is an extensive earthquake repair of an historical home (Clive Barrington specialise in highly detailed houses) on a small site with no driveway, situated close to the road and a high hedge screening the property.
Getting materials in and out requires planning, co-operation and plenty of conversations with everyone on the site so everybody knows what is happening and when.
One of the responsibilities of a PCBU (Person Conducting a Business or Undertaking) is to: ‘consult, co-operate with, and co-ordinate activities with all other PCBU’s who have a duty in relation to the same matter.’
Good systems and processes and, most importantly, good leadership and communication skills are what make this happen.
Great work Clive Barrington for your leadership supporting and providing younger people in the Construction Industry the opportunity to step up and show what they can do.