The construction industry in the North West celebrated the achievements of the region’s best projects, organisations and individuals last week at a glittering event attended by 415 guests in Manchester.
Marking the 12th annual North West Construction awards, a ceremony and dinner was hosted by the University of Salford, The Centre for Construction Innovation and Constructing Excellence at the Principal Hotel on July 6th.
A total of 18 awards were given out over the duration of the evening for outstanding examples in categories such as health, safety & wellbeing, and offsite construction.
Head judge Professor Peter McDermott from the University of Salford said: “The judges were faced with a difficult task this year, given the incredibly high standard of submissions. It is a privilege to witness how the sector in the North West is responding to both the challenges of the market place and a changing policy environment.
Winners from certain categories will now be put forward for the Constructing Excellence National Final, which will take place later in the year.
The awards are hosted by the School of the Built Environment at the University of Salford, Constructing Excellence North West and the Centre for Construction Innovation.
Some of winners included:
Health, Safety & Wellbeing Award
Winner: Safety First and Foremost, NG Bailey
People Development Award
Winner: Manchester & Cheshire Construction Co
SME of the Year
Winner: Lowbury Construction
Highly commended: MBC Building Contractors NW