Baggaley Construction took two honours at the Chartered Institute of Building’s Committed to Construction in the East Midlands Awards at the Crowne Plaza in Nottingham.
The company won the Corporate Responsibility award for its support at Berry Hill Park in Mansfield, and the Excellence and Quality title for the Gateway Building at the University of Nottingham.
Managing director Phil Askin said: “We’re delighted to have won these awards, with many thanks going to all within the company, and the partners we work with, who have contributed to its ongoing success.
“Baggaley places a lot of emphasis on supporting the community, so to win an award for our commitment to helping transform a Mansfield park is fantastic. We also know that we have the construction skills and experience to deliver buildings that go further than our clients’ expectations and so for the Gateway Building to secure an accolade is equally superb.”
Baggaley has been involved in the Berry Hill Park Clean-Up campaign, run by the Rotary Club of Mansfield and supported by Chad, which has seen the transformation of the park into a great area for recreational activities.
The £5.3m Gateway Building for the School of Biosciences and School of Veterinary and Medical Sciences project at the University of Nottingham’s Sutton Bonington campus was built by Baggaley and is home to the UK’s largest prefabricated straw bale structure.
Pictured are some of the Baggaley staff and guests at the awards night.