Cavendish Construction has won a prestigious National Skills Academy for Construction Project Award for its work on the Camden Homes Project.
The company won the Company contribution to a National Skills Academy for Construction project award for its work in north London.
The award was presented at the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) 50th Anniversary Pride of Construction Awards in Old Billingsgate, London last night.
The judging panel praised Cavendish Construction for embracing the ethos of the National Skills Academy for Construction.
Its commitment to supporting young people from school into apprenticeships and further developing careers at management and technical level were commended by the panel.
Laurence Thirkettle of Cavendish Construction said, “We are thrilled to receive this award. The ambitions of the National Skills Academy for Construction fit well with our commitment to the communities and young people in the areas we work.”
For the judges, Alison Lamplough, Head of Operational Training at Laing O’Rourke, said, “It was clear that Cavendish Construction had delivered impact and value through a range of education and skills activities, which truly benefited the sector and the local community.”