Monday, September 27, 2021

Cawarden wins ‘Demolition Contractor of the Year’ at British Demolition Awards 2021

Derby-based Specialist Contractor, Cawarden has been crowned ‘Demolition Contractor of the Year’ at the third annual British Demolition Awards, a prestigious celebration of all things demolition, held on Friday 3 September at the American Express Community Stadium in Brighton.

The judging process involved the written submission of detailed evidence showcasing Cawarden’s projects carried out throughout 2020 – 2021.

In addition to recognising the challenging projects successfully carried out across the UK, the judges were won over by Cawarden’s commitment to future-proofing the business and sustainability.

Commercial Director, Oliver Crooks, said: “We are all delighted to receive the Demolition Contractor of the Year Award. To be recognised by the independent panel of judges during a time that has been hugely disruptive and challenging for the business is fantastic.

“The award win is a testament to the dedication, resilience and adaptability of the entire Cawarden team over the last 12 months. During such uncertainty, the team has gone above and beyond to deliver a breadth of outstanding projects for our valued clients. Every challenge has been risen to and safety, quality and sustainability have always been at the fore.”

The judges commented: “Cawarden demonstrated not only their huge commitment to completing quality and safe work but that of robust forward business planning and sustainability.”

A total of ten awards were up for grabs on the night. The judging panel was made up of Richard Vann from specialist engineering consultancy RVA Group; Holly Price, Skills and Communities Director for Keltbray and former President of the NFDC; and Paul Argent, renowned demolition and construction journalist who works as Demolition Hub magazine’s Demolition Editor.

The ceremony was attended by more than 300 guests, including a large proportion of all UK-based contractors and global machinery specialists. Also in attendance was the National Federation of Demolition Contractors (NFDC) leadership.

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