Construction Enquirer 'Best Client to Work With' Award
We are thrilled to have been awarded the ‘Best Client to Work With (Public and Private)’ category, at the Construction Enquirer awards, for the third year running.
The Construction Enquirer awards bring the industry together to celebrate the successes achieved through construction. The winners were voted for by over 15,000 people within the industry.
We were shortlisted in the ‘Best Client to Work With (Public and Private)’ category, alongside strong competitors such as Argent, Highways England and North West Construction Hub and are very proud to have won this award in 2016, 2017 and now in 2018.
This award recognises the hard work, passion and dedication of each member of Scape Group on a national level and our continued commitment to collaboration, partnership and quality delivery. It is a huge credit to everyone at Scape – and it is a personal achievement that every member of the team should be proud of.
Thank you so much to all of our delivery and supply chain partners who took the time to vote for us. Open, transparent collaborative working sits at the heart of the Team Scape ethos and we are committed to continuing to build upon this success through partnership and quality delivery.
Matt Carrington-Moore, Chief Marketing Officer, Scape Group
The awards were held in Birmingham, as part of UK Construction Week, hosted by Architect and Broadcaster George Clarke, and attended by some of the biggest names in the industry. Alastair Gamage, Chief Finance Officer, Matt Carrington-Moore, Chief Marketing Officer and Chloe Martin, Group Marketing Coordinator, picked up the award on behalf of Scape Group.
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