Our outstanding performance is testament to our employees continued dedication to the business, hard work and of course loyalty.
At Faithful+Gould we appreciate the importance and positive impact associated with achieving industry recognition. Whether that's by leaving a legacy that has reshaped construction in Greece through the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) or by achieving the highest BREEAM rated educational building in the world for the University of Bradford, we are delivering award winning services to the built environment.
Our client focus, our people, our innovations and intelligence connected by our collaborative approach has created significant growth in our key strategic sectors...
We continue to attract some of the best talent in the industry. This year we have seen Hannah Davis win a 'Women of the Future' award, recognising successful young women in Britain, and through Leanne Owen, Faithful+Gould retained the title of Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Matrics' overall 'Young Surveyor of the Year' award who, in addition won the 'Quantity Surveyor of the Year' award to complement this success. Furthermore our Employee Engagement Programme was nominated for an Investors in People (IIP) award in the Excellence in Reward and Recognition category further demonstrating the value we place on our employees.
We have been involved in some real industry shaping innovations, including our Asset Information Model (AIM), enabling Building Information Modeling (BIM) Level 2 to become a reality for facilities management (FM) and asset managers, resulting in operational efficiencies through BIM.
Our client focus, our people, our innovations and intelligence connected by our collaborative approach has created significant growth in our key strategic sectors, and having been recognised as the 'Building Construction Consultant / Surveyor of the Year 2015', we are confident that we are a strong contender to retain the title, which would re-affirm our position as the number one consultancy in the UK market.