The award is one of nine presented by the national magazine at a gala dinner in Manchester. The categories covered included supplier, contractor and architectural practice of the year as well as project-specific awards.
Faithful+Gould national head of project management Gordon McDonald said: "Winning this award is a fantastic achievement. At Faithful+Gould we have the team, we have the expertise and we have the track record in project managing important construction projects. Now this award 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.
Its achievements during the past year have included the development of pioneering approaches to whole life value management, and conducting a study into the use of recycled materials in schools which could set the benchmark for future projects. It is key adviser on the Government’s Building Schools for the Future programme and has provided advice on a wide rage of high-profile construction projects from key aspects of Heathrow Terminal 5 to the development of the Freedom Tower on the site of Ground Zero in New York.
The Builder and Engineer awards took place for the first time in 2004 when Faithful+Gould was named Quantity Surveying Practice of the Year for its work on Argent’s 1 Piccadilly Gardens in Manchester.