We are thrilled to announce that three of our trainees have been shortlisted for this year’s Generation for Change (G4C) Awards.
Now in their sixth year, the G4C Awards celebrate outstanding examples of excellence and best practice in construction across the Yorkshire and Humber region. G4C is passionate about recognising future leaders and showcasing the fantastic achievements of young people in the industry.
The trainees successfully shortlisted are:
- Further Education Student of The Year: Joseph Briggs
- Trainee of The Year: Joshua Heron
- G4C Future Leader: Bradley Longford
The winners of each category will be announced at Kollider at Kommune in Sheffield, on Friday 6 March.
It is a real privilege to be shortlisted at the 2020 G4C Awards. Throughout my time with the company, I have received a tremendous amount of support from my colleagues which has enabled me to progress in my education and career.
Joshua Heron, Trainee Site Manager, Henry Boot Construction
It is great to see a strong representation again from Henry Boot at the G4C awards and I wish all entrants every success.
Tony Shaw, Director, Henry Boot Construction