This category recognises an individual in the Construction Industry who has made a difference in their workplace or local community by taking on charitable endeavours and going above and beyond to help others.
Chris Norfolk – CJ Norfolk Roofing
"I have been a self-employed roofer for 21 years. I have a high standard of work and demonstrate this in my excellent work. I have a strong work ethic and this is reflected in my customer satisfaction. In my time as a roofer I cover all aspects of roofing and always keep up to date with new methods, I enjoy mastering new skills and techniques. As they say, you’re never too old to learn. I am so grateful to be nominated roofer of the year."
Darren Fagg – Walker Construction
"I’m a Project Manager on the Rail sector of Walker Construction, and to be nominated and achieve being shortlisted for the Special Recognition Category award is very special as I have never set out to be recognised for anything which I have undertaken, and have merely undertaken things as I believe in being a team player while helping those that are less fortunate than others, like why I ran the London Marathon in 2018 for a Diabetic Charity "Hypo Hounds"."
"Trained electrician with the ability to use a sweeping brush (and do) I also curl my cables up into back boxes for the plasterers on site haha. Seriously though, I would be very honoured and proud to win the electrician of the year award. I take part in a lot of charity work for disabled children & adults and I am very grateful for the recognition for this, I do it for those involved to better the quality of their lives. I am grateful to my nominee for the opportunity they have given to me and would like to thank all involved at on the tools, don't panic projects, the public visiting the voting page and to all my fellow BOBs (band of builders)."
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