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Erith win prestigious construction sector award

Erith win prestigious construction sector award

Company crowned ‘Demolition Specialist of the Year’ at virtual Construction News Specialist Awards event

ERITH have scooped this year’s Construction News Demolition Specialist of the Year award. The CN Specialists Awards 2020 event – which was due to be held at Grosvenor House Hotel, in London, on 25 March – had to be postponed in light of the coronavirus pandemic. 

However, hundreds of people recently gathered to attend an online CN awards ceremony (17 November) and celebrate the winners of 20 different categories. The rigorous shortlisting and judging process involved the written submission and presentation of detailed evidence showcasing Erith’s impressive projects carried out throughout 2019. 

These included: the demolition and basement construction at 22 Hanover Square (London); bulk asbestos removal, demolition and cleaning at Bradwell Nuclear Power Station; and demolition of the Royal Mail sorting office at Paddington Square.

The judging panel was also impressed by Erith’s commitment to staff training and professional development, as well as the company’s structure and core values of the business. 

Commenting on the recent award success, David Darsey, managing director of Erith Group, said: ‘We are delighted to have been recognized for our continued investment into our people and our projects. This is a fantastic accolade to add to our achievements this year and a testament to our employees who continue to deliver consistently high standards.’

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