A Night of Celebration at Willmott Dixon’s Supply Chain Awards
It was a successful night for F P Hurley at Willmott Dixon’s South West Supply Chain 2019 Awards, with two employees picking up awards. Held at the Exchange Hotel in Cardiff Bay, the awards celebrated the achievements of companies and individuals in the construction industry over the last twelve months.
F P Hurley Project Manager, Neil Higgins, picked up the award for ‘Best Contracts Engineer’ for his outstanding performance on past and current Willmott Dixon projects. Neil recently delivered the mechanical services at Caer Elen Welsh School in Haverfordwest and is now based on the prestigious Aberystwyth Innovation and Enterprise Campus of Aberystwyth University, working for Willmott Dixon.
Our successful night continued as F P Hurley Site Foreman, Carl Myerscough, picked up the ‘Best Site Foreman’ award. The award recognised Carl as an exceptional Site Foreman who has shown commendable leadership and supervisory skills on several key projects. Carl has worked on a long line of Willmott Dixon sites and is currently the site foreman on the Spinal Rehabilitation project at Llandough Hospital.
Adrian Hurley, Managing Director, commented:
Congratulations to both Neil and Carl for the recognition. It is a testament to your commitment to providing our customers with the best service in the industry. It is pleasing as a company to receive such recognition for the hard work that you put into contracts.
The event was a memorable night for everyone. The evening’s entertainment included a charity auction, with all money raised going to The Wallich, Wales’ leading homeless charity. Adrian Hurley even took home a signed Newport Dragons jersey, shown right.