The EHA Group, the Derry-based construction company operating across the UK and Ireland, has won a series of awards.
Construction Manager Noel Logue has won a Pride in the Job Quality Award, awarded by the National House Building Council (NHBC), for his excellent work on site at Mimosa Court.
From an initial pool of around 10,000 site managers, Noel’s quality management and excellent delivery on site has earned him this elite award.
A Pride in the Job award is the most prestigious industry accolade a site manager can achieve, and competition gets tougher each year.
Secondly, the Construction Manager of the Year Awards (CMYA), which celebrate the achievements of those who inspire, lead and enable the best delivery of a project and produce buildings that have a positive impact on those who use them.
EHA is delighted that one of their Construction Managers has been shortlisted for this prestigious award. They have made a real difference to the business and the projects they have been involved with.
These unique awards were initiated in 1978. During this time, CMYA has been showcasing incredible talent and highlighting the abilities of Construction Managers across the UK every year. An in-depth judging process ensures that the calibre of winners is consistently high, and as a result, the awards have a reputation for identifying the future leaders in the construction industry.
Finally, Construction Manager Jordan Allingham has been admitted as a member of the Chartered Institute of Building, the world’s largest and most influential professional body for construction management and leadership. They are well recognised across the globe for their dedication to providing the best quality and ethical values within building practices.
The CIOB have a Royal Charter to promote the science and practice of building and construction for the benefit of society and have been doing that since 1834. Members of CIOB work worldwide in the development, conservation and improvement of the building environment.