Greendale Construction’s Pete Marks up for Prestigious Construction Manager of the Year Award
Posted on: 13/09/2021
Chartered Builders, Greendale Construction Limited, is delighted to announce that Site Manager, Pete Marks, has made the finals of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) Construction Manager of the Year Awards 2021 (CMYA) in the refurbishment and restoration under £10 million, category.
Pete, who joined Greendale in October 2003, was nominated for his role as Site Manager at The Museum of East Dorset, Wimborne, (formally the Priest’s House Museum). The 400 year old Grade 2* listed building, which was completed in 47 weeks, received a full refurbishment including, new staircases, a platform lift, new steel and glass entrance, accessibility alterations and mechanical and electrical upgrade. During the works, Pete identified a number of difficulties which, due to his 50 years’ experience in the construction industry, he was able to initiate proactive solutions for.
The CIOB Construction Manager of the Year Awards celebrate the achievements of those who inspire, lead and enable the very best delivery of a project and produce buildings that have a positive impact on those who use them. The 2021 awards ceremony will be held at JW Marriott Grosvenor House hotel in London on 29 September, hosted by Channel 4’s George Clarke, architect and presenter of “Remarkable Renovations,” amongst other programmes.
Rob Hooker, Director, Greendale Construction commented: “We are delighted that Pete has achieved this much deserved accolade. The CMYA rightly recognises Pete’s skills as an expert Site Manager, having delivered some amazing projects for Greendale over the years. All finalists automatically achieve professional qualifications from the Chartered Institute of Building, so very well done, Peter Marks, MCIOB, – and fingers crossed for the big night at the CMYA Awards!”
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