Cardinal Ltd is extremely proud to announce that it has been shortlisted as a finalist in six (6) different categories at the National Building and Construction Awards 2020.
In these times of uncertainty and bad news we need to celebrate the small good news stories that are available to us.
The National Building and Construction Awards are made up of 23 categories that allow any successful business in the UK to enter these prestigious awards. All entries are judged by up to 4 of our national panel of judges.
Cardinal Project Management Ltd is a finalist in the following categories;
- Community Engagement
- Contractor of the Year (contract value up to £1M)
- Contractor of the Year (contract value £1M to £5M)
Cardinal Shop Fitting & Systems is a finalist in the following categories;
- Innovation of the Year Award
- Digital Construction Award
Cardinal Shopfitting and Systems is an innovative, forward thinking company that prides itself on designing & manufacturing quality products. Efficaciously providing a flexible service that delivers on time, on budget whilst exceeding expectations.
They are also overjoyed that HSQE Manager, Sonia Jamieson, has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Women in Construction Category.
At Cardinal they like to think that they go the extra mile not only for clients but for all stakeholders within the business – employees, supply chain, the local community and the wider industry as a whole. A transparent, honest and collaborative approach that is embedded within their core values means that all team members are truly invigorated, empowered and challenged to make a difference socially to create a positive impact on their community.
Michael Brearey FCIOB CMgr FCMI, Construction Director for Cardinal, said “In times like these it is of even more paramount importance that we recognise and reward the companies and individuals that are constantly delivering above the required standard. Awards like the National Building and Construction Awards are therefore of great significance in increasing morale within companies whilst also pragmatically representing the construction industry to those outside of our sector. Congratulations to all the finalists on making it this far and good luck to all.”