Faithful+Gould and its projects shortlisted for five South West Built Environment Awards

Rhian Williams
The South West Built Environment Awards, which recognises the very best of the built environment throughout the South West, will take place in Ashton Gate Stadium in Bristol on 22nd June.

The event will see over 500 built environment professionals gather together at the prestigious awards ceremony to celebrate the achievements of many fantastic projects and organisations.

Prior to the awards taking place, the judges have shortlisted four entries in each category and as a result, Faithful+Gould has been shortlisted in both the Image of Construction Award and the People Development Award.

Two Faithful+Gould projects have also been shortlisted in an additional three categories. The iconic new Met Office building, which was entered by architect Stride Treglown, has been shortlisted in the Digital Construction Project / Initiative of the Year, and the M32 Bus Only Junction as part of the West of England MetroBus programme, which was entered by contractor Graham, has been shortlisted in both the Integration and Collaborative Working Award and the Sustainability Award.

Mark Donlan, HR Business Partner for SNC-Lavalin’s Faithful+Gould business commented “Over the past 70 years, our success has been due to the skill, quality, hard work and dedication of our people and we are thrilled that has been recognised and celebrated.”

Neil Brierley, Operations Director – South West and Wales for SNC-Lavalin’s Faithful+Gould business said “I am delighted that Faithful+Gould has been shortlisted, as well as having projects that we were involved with shortlisted in other categories. It is testament to the efforts of our dedicated staff working collaboratively with our client on projects in the South West from our Bristol and Exeter offices.”

 

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