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Finalists announced for the National Federation of Builders’ (NFB) seventh annual awards   7th March 2019

The awards reflect the dynamic nature of the construction industry and the excellent standards that have been achieved. 

The NFB Awards 2019 will celebrate the high quality work and commitment delivered by NFB members across England and Wales. The awards reflect the dynamic nature of the construction industry and the excellent standards that have been achieved.
The awards scheme closed for entry on 15 February 2019 and was followed by a stringent selection process. 

Richard Beresford, chief executive of the NFB, said: “This year, we received a record amount of entries and the process of creating a shortlist has been tough and involved much deliberation. Our panel of expert judges usually aim to select a maximum of three finalists for each category, but in some cases they felt that the calibre of submissions was so high that more ought to be recognised for their excellence. However, on the night, there can only be one winner for each of the awards.”

The NFB is pleased to announce the following companies as finalists for the NFB Awards 2019:

Finalists

Apprentice of the Year
To be announced on Thursday 4 April 
 
Collaboration of the Year
Baxall Construction Ltd
Harris Bros. & Collard Ltd
Henry Boot Construction Ltd
 
Construction Employer of the Year
Award sponsored by A J Gallagher
Baxall Construction Ltd
Golden Houses Developments Ltd
Jenner (Contractors) Ltd
Metnor Construction Ltd
 
Heritage Project of the Year
Baxall Construction Ltd
Golden Houses Developments Ltd
 
House Builder of the Year Award
Bennett Homes 
Deeley Group Ltd
Pearce Homes
ProBuild360
 
Innovation in Project Delivery
Building & Preservation (Northern) Ltd T/A Danford Brewer & Ives
William Powell & Sons (Builders) Ltd
 
Inspirational Individual Award
Baxall Construction Ltd
Britcon UK Limited
 
New Build Project of the Year (up to £5.5m turnover)
Harris Bros & Collard Ltd
Kisiel Ltd
ProBuild360
William Powell & Sons (Builders) Ltd
 
New Build Project of the Year (over £5.5m turnover)
Award sponsored by A J Gallagher
Britcon UK Limited
Henry Boot Construction Ltd
Golden Houses Developments Ltd
Jenner (Contractors) Ltd
 
Refurbishment Project of the Year (up to £5.5m turnover)
Kisiel Ltd
MAKE Group
 
Refurbishment Project of the Year (over £5.5m turnover)
Award sponsored by Croner
Golden Houses Developments Ltd
Henry Boot Construction Ltd
Vest Construction (Liveco Ltd)
 
Site of the Year 
Award sponsored by Henry Boot Construction Ltd
BBS Construction Ltd
Golden Houses Developments Ltd
Metnor Construction Ltd
William Powell & Sons (Builders) Ltd
 
Training Programme of the Year
To be announced on Thursday 4 April 
 
Winners will be announced on Thursday 4 April 2019 at The Belfry Hotel and Resort, Lichfield Road, Sutton Coldfield, B76 9PR.

Tickets for the ceremony and celebratory dinner can be purchased here: www.builders.org.uk/events/nfb-awards-2019/

To sponsor the awards please email: mark.barber@builders.org.uk  

 

  

 

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