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Construction awards recognise outstanding East Midlands performers

Trainee site manager Laura Barnett and the project team which created a cutting-edge development centre for iconic motorcycle firm Royal Enfield were among outstanding employees from the East Midlands recognised by construction contractor Stepnell at its Annual Awards.

Laura was chosen as the East Midlands Trainee of the Year while the Royal Enfield project team – Matt King, Richard Wood, Liam King and Luke Herald - took the Project of the Year regional title for their work building Royal Enfield’s UK Technology Centre near Lutterworth, Leicestershire.

Other winners from Stepnell’s East Midlands region – which is based in Beeston, Nottingham - were Nick Whitmore (Operative of the Year); Shaun Moses (Project Team Employee of the Year); Sarah Osbiston (Support Services Employee of the Year) and Sarah Osbiston, Richard Bamford, Laura Barnett, Liam King, Richard Wood and Louise Bilbie (named Team of the Year for their contribution as part of the Considerate Constructors committee which has driven substantial improvements in the region).

Shaun Moses, Daniel Thomas, Jack Wood and Olson Murrain together took the Considerate Constructors Scheme Project of the Year title for their delivery of St Martins Lodge, a major refurbishment and conversion scheme which has brought stunning new luxury overnight accommodation to the historic centre of Leicester.

Stepnell regional director Thomas Sewell says:

“Congratulations to all our award winners. They exemplify the in-depth talent and specialist expertise which exists across our business and which enables us to continue delivering exceptional buildings for our clients.” Stepnell’s Annual Awards were held at the Dallas Burston Polo Club events venue in Southam, Warwickshire.


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