Sunday, July 5, 2020

Shortlist revealed: East Midlands Bricks Awards 2019

Business Link can now reveal the shortlist for the highly anticipated East Midlands Bricks Awards – THE event for Property & Construction in 2019.

Celebrating the the outstanding work of those behind the changing landscape of our region, the Bricks Awards features a diverse range of categories and a glittering awards ceremony that will host many of the region’s industry leaders. This event is also an ideal opportunity to celebrate/network with the very best in the business.

The award ceremony announcing the winners will take place on the 28th of March 2019, at the Trent Bridge Cricket Ground.

With only a limited number of tickets left, book your place at the awards now to avoid disappointment! 

The event will begin at 4:30pm and continue until 7:30pm, with additional time thereafter for networking and celebrating.

Complimentary drinks and canapés will be served on arrival. Dress code is standard business dress.

Shortlist for the East Midlands Bricks Awards 2019

Contractor of the year – sponsored by Frank Key Group

J Tomlinson

Willmott Dixon

Stepnell

Developer of the year – sponsored by Ward Recycling

PMW Property

Dukeries Homes

William Davis Homes

Sustainable development of the year – sponsored by Forterra plc

Gladstone House Extra Care Facility

University of Nottingham Advanced Manufacturing building

Confetti HQ – Digital Media Hub

Matt Hampson Foundation Get Busy Living Centre

Residential development of the year – sponsored by Sterling Capital Reserve

Wynbrook Limited – West Place Court

Waterloo Housing Group – Vedonis Road, Lutterworth

J Tomlinson – Ernehale Court

Deal of the year – sponsored by Shakepeare Martineau solicitors

Fairgrove Homes and Nelsons Solicitors

Fisher German

Innes England

Most Active agent – sponsored by IoD

FHP

Andrew & Ashwell

CPA & Associates

Architects of the year – sponsored by Blueprint Interiors

Studio-G Associates

YMD Boon

Matthew Montague Architects

Excellence in design – sponsored by Harlequin Office furniture

Gladstone House Extra Care Facility – Studio-G Associates

Elite Athlete Centre and Hotel – Loughborough University

Blueprint Interiors

The winners of two further categories – The Responsible Business Award, sponsored by The Brick Development Association, and Overall Winner, sponsored by Streets Chartered Accountants, will also be announced at the award ceremony.

We would also like to thank the sponsors of East Midlands Bricks 2019:

             

                                                         

 

 

                                                    

             

                                                        

      

                                                              

 

 

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