Monday, 2 November 2009

I received some more good news last week from Councillor John Bale who represents Guiseley & Rawdon Ward...

"Dear Chris, You may like to know that Martin Brown, from Interserve Project Services, the Construction Manager for Allerton High School won a medal in the Construction Manager of the Year Awards Ceremony in London last night. (see Councillor John Bale."

The award recognises Martin's drive, vision and commitment to this wonderful project which is just one of our new-build schools in the Leeds’ Building Schools for the Future programme. The commendation states that Martin worked hard to establish positive relationships with the school, which already had existing buildings onsite that it continued to use during the construction project. He explained his plans and spoke in school assembly about the site, judged a student design project and helped physics students doing research on forces and power. Martin also built a capable and integrated delivery team that performed as a cohesive body. His decisive pre-planning and detailed understanding delivered a brilliant project.

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