Saturday, June 6, 2020

East Midlands fit-out firm wins People Development Award at 2019 Celebrating Construction Awards

Commercial fit-out and refurbishment specialist Butler & Willow has been awarded the People Development Award at the 2019 East Midlands Celebrating Construction Awards.

The awards, which took place on Friday at the Nottingham Belfry, honour the best of the region’s built environment and are open to both public and private sector organisations/projects.

Butler & Willow – which operates from its fully working showroom, mid-way between Nottingham and Derby in Long Eaton – received the People Development Award as recognition of the company’s commitment to developing and supporting its team and attracting new entrants to the industry.

The firm demonstrated the different ways in which it invests in and develops its workforce, attracts new talent, works with the community and champions equality and diversity.

James Willow, managing director of Butler & Willow, said: “We promote time and time again that our team is our best asset. We’re committed to delivering impressive results and exceeding our clients’ expectations each and every time, but you can’t deliver excellence without an exceptional highly performing team.

“This award is especially important to us since our main priority is making sure our team feels supported and empowered. We recognise that investing in our amazing people, continually aiding development and providing encouragement creates a fulfilling working environment and a happy, motivated workforce which consistently upholds our values alongside our renowned reputation.

“It’s been extremely rewarding watching each member of the team grow, seeing how committed they are to their own development, generating opportunities for themselves and the company.”

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