The finalists for the Construction News Awards 2018 have been announced, with the Erith Group receiving a remarkable 6 nominations from 6 award entries.
Our performance has been recognised in the following categories:
- Demolition Specialist of the year: for our complex and robust portfolio, inclusive of the World Demolition Award winning project Marble Arch Place, and significant investment in training and safety.
- Specialist Contractor of the year (Turnover over £25M): based on our rise to the 3rd largest demolition contractor in the World, exemplary health and safety statistics and multitude of safely delivered complex projects.
- Health, Safety and Wellbeing Excellence: focused on our benchmark health and safety performance, deployment of our flagship safety campaign and commitment to important industry drives – such as Mental Health First Aider training.
- Training Excellence: for our significant investment in our in-house training team, the development of a suite of new training programmes and the unveiling of our dedicated training centre.
- Ground Engineering Specialist: in recognition of our complex basement construction project at 4-6 Stanhope Gate, London, in the Heart of Mayfair.
- Project of the year by a specialist contractor (subcontract over £2M): based on the demolition, façade retention and temporary works at Hanover Square, London.
The winners will be announced on 8th March 2018 at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London, where over 1,000 of the industry’s elite figures will come together to celebrate the most significant achievements in our specialist field.
Construction News editor Tom Fitzpatrick commented: “Specialists are continuing to up their game in difficult economic circumstances. Our expert judges have now shortlisted the companies who represent the best of the people, initiatives and projects in the construction industry supply chain.”
This significant achievement, with nominations in 6 categories for excellence, is a testament to the company’s strategic planning and better than best practice ethos. Congratulations must go to the management and operatives involved for their expertise and commitment.