JDC Scaffolding were proud to win Project of the Year (Medium) on Friday night at the NASC – National Access and Scaffolding Confederation Awards, for our works at the Queens Tower, Imperial College, carried out for Russell Cawberry Ltd.
We were especially pleased, as this was the second year in a row that we have won this prestigious award, and the fourth consecutive awards that we have been nominated for our works.
As always, we were up against some unbelievably tough opposition, but the judges thought that our submission, for this technically challenging project, was worthy of the award.
When complete this scaffold, designed in collaboration with RDG Engineering, will be an 83.00m high freestanding tube and fitting structure.
The results were:-
Winner – JDC Scaffolding – (Queens Tower, Imperial College)
Runner Up – D+R Group – (Wakehurst Place, Haywards Heath)
Bryson Scaffolding – Melksham House, Wiltshire
Connect Scaffolding – Pierhead Lock, London
The Twenties themed evening was held at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London with the awards presented by Rob Beckett.
We thank Jamie McGuire, David Brown, Clive Dickin and all at the NASC, for their organization of the Ball and Awards – a great night was had by all!