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7:43 PM 7th June 2019

Bradford Company Scoops Prestigious Award

L-R - Mark Fieldhouse - Estimating Manager, Sonia Jamieson - HSQE Manager, Michael Brearey - Construction Director
L-R - Mark Fieldhouse - Estimating Manager, Sonia Jamieson - HSQE Manager, Michael Brearey - Construction Director
Bradford was last night celebrating at Wembley Stadium as local firm Cardinal Project Management were crowned Contractor of the Year at the prestigious National Building Awards 2019.

The National Building Awards were made up of 17 categories and gave any successful business in the world of building the opportunity to highlight their work and achievements and be judged by a panel of national experts.

Speaking immediately after being crowned Contractor of the Year, Michael Brearey of Cardinal Project Management said,
“This is a genuine surprise but as a business we are really pleased and the award reflects what a hard working and talented team we have.”

“We are fully committed to our clients and delivering a great service through collaborative and transparent working. We feel it is this continued commitment we have day after day that has led to the award coming our way.”

Cardinal pride ourselves in meeting and exceeding their clients’ needs cost effectively and on time, every time. As a leading specialist interior fit-out business they service a diverse spread of sectors including retail, education and workplaces through to residential, healthcare and leisure.

To win the award Cardinal had to show how their firm has developed in the last 12 months. The judges were looking for their successes, areas of innovation and how they have overcome any obstacles

Cardinal were also a finalist in another category.

Over 250 attended the National Building Awards Finals at Wembley Stadium last night where business from the building trade across the UK celebrated hard work and success that is placing UK construction at the heart of UK plc.