The stars behind Scotland’s built environment took centre stage at a ceremony in Glasgow in September.
Over 300 construction industry leaders came together at the annual CIOB Scotland Awards, to reward Scotland’s built environment professionals for their contribution towards the industry at a lunch at Hilton Doubletree.
The winners were:
Trailblazer: Calhan Butter from Balfour Beatty for his work on delivering its digital priorities.
Graduate: Gavin Wyatt.
Innovator: Jamie Brown, senior building services manager at Tilbury Douglas, for work on the Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre.
Site manager: Iain MacLaren, site manager for Barratt Development.
Project manager: Jim Wilson, senior project manager with Morgan Sindall.
Project professional winner: Gerry Conwell, construction manager at
SP Energy Works, for his work on the AU overhead line diversion route.
CIOB Open awards winner: Brian Gallacher for his services to the wider built environment.
The awards were presented by CIOB chief executive Caroline Gumble, who said: “I am delighted that we have been able to showcase so many examples of excellence in construction and I applaud all our winners for their hard work, commitment and many achievements.”
The charitable collection this year raised just over £3,100 for CIOB Assist Fund. The main award sponsors were Contract Scotland and Competence Matters with further support from Faithful+Gould, MPMH, Multiplex, Places for People, Training LMS, Tilbury Douglas, Maxi Construction, Barratt Homes, PJ Hegarty and Scottish Power Energy Networks.
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