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NCE/CECA Contractors of the Year Awards

Outstanding business performance by civil engineering contractors across the UK is recognised in NCE’s Contractors File through the NCE/CECA Contractors of the Year Awards.

This year 15 firms were shortlisted across three categories: Major Firm, Medium Firm and Small Firm.

  • Shortlisted in the Major Firm category, for companies with a civil engineering turnover in excess of £200M, were: BAM Nuttall, Costain, J Murphy & Sons, Galliford Try and Morgan Est.
  • Shortlisted in the Medium Firm category, for companies with a civil engineering turnover between £50M and £200M, were: Dyer & Butler, RJ McLeod, WJ Harte Construction, Volker Stevin and John Graham (Dromore).
  • Shortlisted in the Small Firm category, for companies with a civil engineering turnover of less than £50M, were: Dew Construction (Oldham), George Leslie, I & H Brown, Ritchie Brothers (Scotland) and Seymour Civil Engineering.

From data submitted for the Contractors File, all 15 firms were able to demonstrate strong year-on-year growth in civil engineering turnover, healthy profits and robust order books.

To split them, all 15 were asked to make a further submission, describing what they believe set them apart from the opposition and what allows them to deliver consistent, sustainable growth. Only after analysing these submissions were we able to pick this year’s winners.

Click to see the results:

Major Firm award

Medium Firm award

Small firm award

Emerging Contractor award

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