Our site leaders behind Royton Leisure Centre and Bournemouth University’s Fusion walked away with gold medals at the industry’s Oscars to mark the best project managers.
At the Construction Manager of the Year awards, Mike Walmsley took gold for Royton Leisure Centre in the £7-10m category (read write-up here) while Mark Pitman won gold for Fusion in the new build £14-20m category (read write-up here).
Joining them was Mark Wolverson who picked up silver for St Matthews in the new build £5-7m category (read write-up here).
Royton Leisure Centre in Oldham
The awards have been running for 37 years and are judged by an elite team of senior construction professionals, many of whom are past CMYA gold medal winners. The vetting is rigorous, with judges visiting every project on the long list and carry out in-depth interviews with each candidate to ensure only the very best get selected as finalists.
Fusion at Bournemouth University
Our people have won more golds than any other company at the Construction Manager of the Year awards since 2005, reflecting the investment we make in training and equipping our site teams to be the best in the industry.
Our full line of 2016 finalists
- Ben Heath - Nescot Phase 3
- Neil Locke - Fairfield Pool
- Matt Kemp - Centenary Quay
- Noel Cafferty - RAL Space
- Adrian Coleman - UTC Lincoln
- Wayne Mears - Osmaston
- James Donnelly - H21 Bedworth
- Mark Pitman - Fusion 1
- Mark Wolverson - St Matthews
- Glyn Jones - Hebburn Community Hub
- Mike Walmsley - Royton Pool
- Steve Matthews - Derry Avenue, Thurrock
- Steve Harnett - University of West London
- Tony Shevlane- Biggleswade Lower School