The project team at Wales' first Passivhaus Primary School achieved 43 out of 50 for their final Considerate Constructor visit.
The project team at Burry Port School improved its score from the first visit and was praised for its high level of ‘over and above’ compliance with the scheme checklist. Managing Director Robert Williams commended the site team for their efforts in achieving this score.
Stuart James CCS Site Monitor said: "The external appearance of the project is presenting a very positive image of the industry and the site has continued to maintain an impressive appearance".
The high score follows on from recent national Gold Considerate Constructor success for WRW at Wales' first BREEAM Outstanding Primary School Ysgol Ffwrnes which was also constructed for Carmarthenshire County Council.
The project has reached completion this week with the children moving into the new building on their first day back after the summer holidays.
Designed by Architype, Bingham Hall and TB+A and with assistance from WARM consultants, the scheme is on track to achieve Passivhaus Certification making Burry Port the first Primary School in Wales to achieve the standard.