Cundall is thrilled to have been crowned winner of the Construction Consultancy of the Year award at the Construction News (CN) Awards 2016.
Thursday 14 July, was the 20th anniversary of the Construction News Awards 2016 where the winners were announced at a ceremony held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London. The black tie event brought together over 1,300 people from across the industry to celebrate the best in the UK construction. Cundall were shortlisted for ‘Construction Consultancy of the Year’ award and absolutely delighted to be named the winner.
The category is judged on business success and development, and the quality of work for clients which outperforms industry peers. Our award submission included projects, action to reduce carbon footprint, clear strategy and vision, innovation and stand-out performance.
The awards are the biggest in the construction industry, showcasing the best performances, ideas and achievements of the year. The winning companies are selected by a judging panel, consisting of 70 senior industry figures from clients, public sector bodies and industry organisations.
The judges commented, “Cundall takes an exciting, comprehensive and successful approach to delivering projects based on cherishing, developing and encouraging their staff. The core theme throughout the business is respect for people, which includes their staff, customers and partners.”
Rebecca Evans, editor of Construction News said, “Over the last 20 years the CN Awards have become the largest and most prestigious in the industry. Some parts of the industry have changed beyond recognition during that time, but some things in this industry remain constant: your passion, your pride, your dedication, your desire to innovate and improve ways of working.
Jonnie Allen, Business Development and Marketing Director collected the award and commented “We are thrilled to have won this prestigious award. Cundall is an amazing organisation that is seeking to drive the industry forward in a number of ways, from health and wellbeing and sustainability to pioneering the use of virtual reality and BIM. Above all we always seek the best for and from our staff and, in our 40th anniversary year, this award is great recognition of the ideas, dedication and hard work that they put in across the world.”
All our finalists exemplify these traits. A huge congratulation to the winners, who are laying the ground for the UK construction industry of the future. At CN, we will do everything we can to promote your achievements far and wide.”
The full list of winners can be found here.