Constructing Excellence in the North East Awards
The award ceremony, saw outstanding projects, organisations and individuals rewarded, as the region’s-built environment celebrated in style at the Grand Hotel, Gosforth Park.
Castle Building Services, which employs a total of 118 staff, was recognised by judges for delivering a strong performance during the past year, so securing a healthy order book and pipeline of projects for the next two years.
As well as providing design, supply, installation, commissioning, construction services and building works including mechanical, electrical, public health and renewable technology services, Castle Building Services has recently diversified into the role of principal and specialist fit out contractor.
As a result, it has won a number of key contracts including its appointment as principal contractor at Pragmatic Park, Durham and a number of developments with UK Land Estates, with whom it has a long-standing relationship.
The company, which employs 50 staff in Scotland, with offices in Edinburgh and Glasgow, has continued to build on its strong portfolio of contracts in the education sector across the central belt of Scotland.
Managing Director, Andrew Dawson, said: “We are very proud to win this prestigious industry award. It is recognition for the team’s hard work and exceptional commitment to quality. We now travel to London, in November, to compete against other regions in the national final.
“As we continue to build the business, we want to become a go-to employer. We have been steadily growing our team and a rigorous recruitment process ensures a mutually beneficial fit for both employee and employer. We want our team to fit our culture and to feel very much part of a supportive and ambitious working environment.”
Catriona Lingwood, chief executive at Constructing Excellence in the North East, said: “Congratulations to Castle Building Services, who impressed the judges with the calibre of its entry. We look forward to the company continuing to develop and grow and we wish the team the best of luck in the national awards.”