2012 - November 2012

HBC Project Manager scoops CMYA 2012 ‘top five’ result – 05/11/12

M Wake

S Green CIOB Cert

Henry Boot Construction’s Michael Wake came in the top five in his category at the CIOB’s Construction Manager of the Year Awards 2012.

Michael was nominated in the ‘Housing & Accommodation £8m and below’ category for his work on the Shirecliffe New Homes project for Sheffield City Council.

 As a Project Manager with the Eastern Division, he was responsible for overseeing the construction of 27 new homes to Level 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes, as well as piloting one property up to Code Level 5 as part of an HBC-funded research and development programme.

 The scheme delivered the first new council properties that Sheffield City Council had built in over twenty years, and the houses and flats were pepper-potted throughout the existing estate, delivering an overall improvement of the area for minimal capital investment by the Local Authority.

 HBC’s Stephen Green and Gareth Wagstaffe were also nominated for awards for their work on Rawmarsh Joint Service Centre and the North Lincolnshire Homes Framework respectively, but unfortunately missed out on the shortlist at the even in London last week.

“Congratulations to Mick on his success at the Awards - top five is a fantastic achievement. Shirecliffe was a landmark project for Sheffield City Council and reaching the shortlist for the CIOB Award means Mick has been justly recognised for his role in the success of the project.”

Simon Carr, Managing Director, Henry Boot Construction

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