Construction Enquirer Awards Top Ten winners revealed

Grant Prior 4 years ago
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The Top Ten winners of the Construction Enquirer awards can now be revealed after more than 15,000 votes were cast by the industry.

Being voted for by your peers makes an Enquirer Top Ten place a unique badge of honour – awarded to construction companies by construction people.

The industry has spoken and chosen its best places to work, favourite firms to do business with and best sites to work on.

Winning contractors, clients, consultants and suppliers have been backed in their thousands by staff and their supply chains.

Now all sides of the industry will  come together to celebrate their success at the awards night in Birmingham on October 9 alongside UK Construction Week.

Tables are now on sale for the event which is the perfect chance to say thank you to the staff and suppliers who have helped win these prizes.

Enquirer editor Aaron Morby said: “We’ve had more votes than ever this year – 15,000 is an incredible number.

“Letting the industry decide winners is how awards should be done and only the Enquirer can deliver this level of response from construction companies.

“It will be great to see all the winners on the night and tables will book up fast as firms rightly reward their staff with a top night out.”

The current roll of sponsors includes Laing O’Rourke, Kier, Torsion, Engage and JLT as a host of other firms look to become part of an event engaging the entire industry.

Further sponsorship opportunities are available to associate your brand with the awards.

Category sponsorship packages cost £7,500 including a table of ten on the night.

For more details contact Stephen Blackie on +44 (0)20 3225 5200 or email stephen.blackie@media-ten.com

Tickets for the awards night cost £275 or £2,750 for a table of ten.

The evening will be hosted by  everyone’s favourite architect George Clarke with comedy from king of the one-liners Gary Delaney.

To book your places please click here

The company who wins the most votes in each category will also be revealed on the awards night.

Voting lines will be kept open to pick your favourite Top Ten winners until August 31

 

TOP TEN WINNERS (alphabetical order)

Best Client to Work With (Public and Private)

  • Argent
  • Birmingham City Council
  • Birmingham City University
  • Crossrail
  • Highways England
  • Manchester Airport Group
  • North West Construction Hub
  • Scape
  • Thames Tideway
  • University of Manchester

Best Main Contractor to Work For (Over £250m)

  • BAM Nuttall
  • Graham
  • J Murphy & Sons
  • Kier
  • Laing O’Rourke
  • McLaren Construction
  • North Midland Construction
  • Sir Robert McAlpine
  • Sisk
  • Willmott Dixon

Best Main Contractor to Work For (£50m – £250m)

  • Bardsley Construction
  • Barhale
  • Blu-3
  • Colmore Tang
  • Jenner (Contractors)
  • MCS Group
  • Speller Metcalfe
  • Stepnell
  • Taylor Woodrow
  • United Living

Best Main Contractor to Work For (Under £50m)

  • Bespoke Construction
  • Coombs
  • CW Duke
  • Gelder Group
  • GMI Construction
  • Hightown Group
  • Jarvis Contracting
  • Knights Construction Group
  • Pilon
  • Torsion Group

Best Specialist Contractor to Work For (Over 25m)

  • Aarsleff
  • Astins
  • Billington Structures
  • Briggs & Forrester
  • Carey Group
  • Danny Sullivan Group
  • Lucas
  • N G Bailey
  • Stanmore Contractors
  • Vital Energi

Best Specialist Contractor to Work For (Under £25m)

  • Avanti Traffic Management
  • Bespoke Construction Services
  • Cidon Construction
  • Clarke Facades
  • DMC Contracts
  • EYG Group
  • Northvale
  • O’Donovan Waste Disposal
  • O’Brien Contractors
  • SMD

Best Main Contractor to Work With (Over £250m)

  • Costain
  • Graham
  • Laing O’Rourke
  • Lendlease
  • McLaren Construction
  • North Midland Construction
  • Sir Robert McAlpine
  • Sisk
  • Vinci
  • Willmott Dixon

Best Main Contractor to Work With (Under £250m)

  • Bardsley Construction
  • Barhale
  • Caddick Construction
  • Colmore Tang
  • Farrans
  • Jenner (Contractors)
  • Knights Brown
  • Russells Construction
  • Shaylor
  • Stepnell

Best Specialist Contractor to Work With

  • Billington Structures
  • Bourne Group
  • Dodd Group
  • Fitzgerald Contractors
  • ISO Spaces
  • Lucas
  • MGF Excavation Safety Solutions
  • Prater
  • SMD
  • Plastic Surgeon

Best Construction Supplier to Work With

  • Aluprof UK
  • Barhale Construction Services
  • Danny Sullivan Group
  • Etag Fixings UK
  • Falcon Green
  • Groundforce
  • Jomas Associates
  • JSP
  • MGF Excavation Safety Solutions
  • Newton Waterproofing Systems

Best Consultant to Work For

  • Arcadis
  • Bidsmarter
  • Engineering Design Consultants
  • Invennt
  • Jomas Associates
  • Kingston Barnes
  • McLeod + Aitken
  • Purpol Marketing
  • Soben Contract and Commercial
  • Turner + Townsend

Best Construction Project to Work On (Civils)

  • A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme – Balfour Beatty/Costain/Skanska 
  • Chelsea to Battersea Tunnel and Pipeline – Barhale, Cadent Gas, Mott MacDonald, Skanska and tRIIO
  • Crossrail
  • Elan Valley Aqueduct Rehabilitation – BNM Alliance
  • Hinkley Point C – BYLOR
  • Leeds Flood Alleviation – BAM Nuttall and Mott MacDonald
  • London Bridge Station redevelopment – Costain/Balfour Beatty
  • Mersey Gateway – Kier/Samsung/FCC
  • New Wear Crossing – Farrans/Victor Buyck
  • Queensferry Crossing – Galliford Try/Hochtief, Dragados, American Bridge

Best Construction Project to Work On (Building)

  • Bloomberg London – Sir Robert McAlpine
  • Bracken House, London – McLaren Construction
  • Elephant Park, London – Lendlease
  • Gascoigne Estate – Bouygues UK
  • Manchester Airport Transformation Programme – Laing O’Rourke
  • Old Admiralty Building, London – Willmott Dixon
  • Port Street, Manchester – Bardsley Construction
  • St Mary’s Row, Moseley – Bespoke Construction
  • Trago Mills – Kier
  • Nottingham University GERA Building – Aluprof

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