Staff at Mansfield based Herbert Baggaley Construction have been recognised for their outstanding work and achievements at the company’s annual awards dinner.
Awards were presented to:
Customers Award - Finance Controller, Julie Jackson, for understanding of internal and external customer needs and for creating loyalty so that clients return.
Delivery Promise Award – awarded to the Kidderminster Crematorium Team for delivering a quality, but complex project in two phases. The client’s operational requirements were met on time and on budget, with zero accidents and no lost days.
The Way We Work Award - designed to promote and reward the team who were committed to continuously improving health, safety and environmental performance. This award was presented to the project team who worked on Bosworth House (now Edith Murphy House), for De Montfort University in Leicester.
People Award – presented to Chris Wright. Chris has worked for Baggaley for 15 years and has recently moved into site supervision after successfully completing his training. He has also received first aid, scaffold inspection and fire marshal certifications. Chris has been at the forefront in organising on-site fundraising events for charity.
Chairman’s Award - presented to Gail Haggerty, Baggaley Maintain’s senior administrator, for her conscientiousness, dedication and willingness to go the extra mile, which has greatly contributed to the success and development of the Maintain division.
Ian Baggaley, managing director, said: “The awards were a huge success and a great morale boost for our employees.
“The event enabled us to get everyone together to celebrate our achievements and acknowledge all of our staff’s hard work. Congratulations to all the nominees and winners.”