The award follows success in recent weeks when the team was judged Project Manager of the Year in the 2005 Builder and Engineer Magazine Awards. The award was one of nine presented by the national magazine at a gala dinner in Manchester.
A week later Sandra Cummings from the company’s Edinburgh office won the coveted title of Young Project Manager of the Year in this year’s APM Project Management Awards. Judges gave her the title in recognition of her drive, enthusiasm and commitment in delivering major projects successfully.
The Insider Midlands Property Awards present trophies to leading companies in the Midlands and this year awarded titles in 13 different categories.
Gordon McDonald, Faithful+Gould national head of project management, is based at the company’s Holliday Street, Birmingham office. He said: "It has been a remarkable month of successes. We have demonstrated that at Faithful+Gould we have the team, we have the expertise and we have the track record in project managing important construction projects. Now these awards will help to give us the profile we deserve."
Faithful+Gould is one of the world’s largest project and cost management consultancies, employing nearly 2000 staff and operating in over 100 countries. It has a nationwide network of 26 offices in the UK, plus bases in continental Europe, USA and Asia Pacific.
From a 10-year involvement in Brindleyplace to the construction of No 1 Colmore Square, and from the Mailbox to the new Selfridges, Faithful+Gould has played a key role in the transformation of Birmingham.
The company is currently providing support on the redevelopment of Longbridge with Advantage West Midlands, Pebble Mill with Calthorpe Estates and The Cube at the Mailbox.
From Birmingham International Airport's ongoing developments, and the redevelopment of New Street Station to the next generation of schools for the Region's children, Faithful+Gould is also playing a key role.