Two chartered building companies/consultancies (CBCs) picked up prizes at the recent East Midlands Constructing Excellence awards.
Selcon Construction Consultants won an award for Integration and Collaborative Working for its work on the £2.9m Hybrid Theatre at Royal Derby Hospital which was delivered by Galliford Try.
The judges were looking for entries where “collaborative working has delivered outstanding results and significant benefits for the whole supply chain/partnership involved”.
Selcon managing director Sam Fowkes said: “The success is due to everyone working towards a single goal.”
Kori Construction (pictured, top) scooped SME of the Year, impressing the judges with its financial performance, 100% staff retention rate and its support for the communities and the environment around its schemes.
Managing director Jordan Connachie said: “Our aim is to make sure we derive as much value as possible from each of our developments for our client, but also for the communities that surround them. We try to do this while at the very least minimising our impact on the environment, and improving it where we can.”