Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Celebrate success and forge new contacts at the 2020 East Midlands Bricks Awards

With the Government giving the go-ahead for business events to recommence from 1 October, this year’s highly anticipated East Midlands Bricks Awards presents the perfect forum to celebrate success and forge new contacts within a safe and secure environment in post-lock down Britain.

Set to take place on Thursday 29th October 2020, the event recognises development projects and people in commercial and public building across the region – from offices, industrial and residential, through to community projects such as leisure schemes and schools.

Steve Fisher, Group Editor says: “The last few months have proven the most challenging times ever, for companies across all sectors – especially those in the property and construction sector. This industry was one of the last to enter lockdown and amongst the first to emerge – it therefore seems fitting that we honour these companies first with our annual award ceremony and hope those involved in this sector will attend and cheer on the winners.”

As the region comes out of lockdown, companies in the construction sector will, undoubtedly, lead the recovery and what better way to get a head start on business post-lockdown than celebrating with the movers and shakers within the property and construction industry at Business Link’s Bricks Awards.

For those who haven’t yet secured a seat, additional tickets may be purchased online at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/east-midlands-bricks-awards-2020-tickets-84605225507

As with previous events, guests will also be captured by our photographers and videographers and hosted in our printed magazine as well as our online news feed – and shared extensively on social media. Naturally this ensures the highest possible profile for you, your guests, and of course your company.

Please Note: The safety of our event delegates, employees and customers is our top priority and East Midlands Business Link magazine together with the Trent Bridge Cricket Ground will be following all Government guidelines when hosting this event and taking all precautions necessary to ensure visitors and staff can attend in a safe and secure environment.

Accordingly, Business Link Magazine is working to Government guidelines on all social events, including awards and conference events, and the above date is therefore subject to change if required by legislation and/or the Government’s COVID-19 policy.

 

Shortlist for the East Midlands Bricks Awards 2020

Contractor of the year – sponsored by Frank Key Group

D L Rhodes & Son

Wynbrook Ltd

Bowmer + Kirkland

 

Developer of the year – sponsored by Ward Recycling

ALB Investments

Henry Davidson Developments

St James Securities

 

Sustainable development of the year

Countryside Properties – Abington Place

Lincolnshire Showground – the EXO Centre

Leicestershire County Council – Snibston Colliery transformation

 

Residential development of the year – sponsored by Sterling Capital Reserve

Chevin Homes – Hall Farm, Kirk Langley

Wheeldon Brothers Ltd – Outseats Farm, Alfreton

Geda Construction Ltd – Low Street, Elston

 

Deal of the year – sponsored by IoD East Midlands

Fisher German – sale of land off Rempstone Road in East Leake

FHP & FHP Student Living – sale of the former York House

Salloway Property Consultants – Dunstall Park police station deal between Derbyshire Constabulary and Ivygrove Developments

Christie & Co – Lakeside venue deal

 

Most Active agent – sponsored by Blueprint Interiors

Salloway Property Consultants

Knight Frank

NG Chartered Surveyors

 

Architects of the year – sponsored by Ibstock

Design Haus Architecture

Falkner Browns

Allan Joyce Architects

 

Excellence in design – sponsored by Ibstock

Rayner Davies Architects – Wilford Care Home

Matthew Montague Architects – Repton School Sports Centre

Benoy – University of Nottingham Centre for Biomolecular Sciences

 

Responsible Business – sponsored by Press for Attention

Student Housing

Geda Construction

Leicestershire County Council

 

Commercial Development – sponsored by RSM

Rayner Davies Architects – Wilford Care Home

J Tomlinson – Airfield Business Park

G F Tomlinson – University of Nottingham Centre for Biomolecular Sciences

 

The Overall Winner, sponsored by Streets Chartered Accountants, will also be announced at the award ceremony.

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A message from the Editor:

Thank you for reading this story on our news site - please take a moment to read this important message:

As you know, our aim is to bring you, the reader, an editorially led news site and magazine but journalism costs money and we rely on advertising, print and digital revenues to help to support them.

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