The quality of our people shone at the Construction Manager of the Year awards (CMYA) that celebrate the achievements of those who inspire, lead and enable the very best delivery of a project and produce buildings that have a positive impact on those who use them.
Our people walked away with six awards, 3 silver and 3 gold!
Our winners were…
Nick Preedy picked up the Gold for his work on Warwick Sports hub, as he handed over this sports hub defect -free, on time and under budget to the client. Read what the judges said about Nick here.
Martin Middleton takes home the gold, the judges said Martin delivered the ‘wow’ factor for our customer Lancashire Police with their visually impressive building, Blackpool Police HQ. Read more here.
Andy Pritchard grabs the gold for delivering the four-storey building for Woodmansterne School in London, 8 weeks early, defect free and leading a very young team. Find out more here.
Anthony Dowling wins silver for managing the pressure of refurbishing the grade II listed Alexandra Palace. Read what the judges thought of Anthony here.
Oliver Caunt, for his first project for Willmott Dixon, Oliver picks up the silver medal for his faultless delivery of the Village Urban Resorts Hotels in Bristol. Find out what the judges thought of Oliver here.
Graham Leigh scoops the silver medal for the refurbishment of Bolton Library and Museum. Not many construction managers get to install a full-size replica of a pharaoh’s tomb, but Graham did! Read the judges’ comments here.