The agreement gives ECA members a discount on registering with the scheme.
Signatories to the voluntary Considerate Constructors Scheme are meant to observe its code of practice: engage with local communities, control environmental impacts, ensure safety in and around building sites, and value their workforce.
ECA director Paul Reeve said: “The ECA is delighted to link up with the Considerate Constructors Scheme, and we look forward to promoting its ‘Code of Considerate Practice’ across the building services engineering sector.”
Considerate Constructors Scheme chief executive Edward Hardy said: “M&E contractors comprise a significant part of the construction industry and have a very important role to play in contributing to an improved image of the industry. We are therefore delighted that the ECA is a scheme supporter, to help champion the principles of the Considerate Constructors Scheme to its members.”