The finalists for the 2018 Guernsey Property & Construction Awards have been announced.
The publication of the shortlist follows an intensive judging session held earlier this week by a judging panel representing the full spectrum of the island’s property and construction industry.
Representatives from the sponsors Ogier, BDO, G4S and Guernsey Gas, as well as Start Up Guernsey also helped judge the categories.
Every entry in all six categories was testament to a strong commitment to delivering excellence in all areas of Guernsey’s building and infrastructure environment.
Coordinator of the Awards, Julie Todd, said: “The new format of receiving nominations has worked really well this year, with businesses and individuals receiving valuable feedback from their customers and clients. This feedback indicates to the judges they are doing a great job. That’s got to be good for everyone in the industry.”
The winners will be announced at the gala Awards ceremony, which will be held at Beau Sejour on Thursday 8 November.
FULL LIST OF CATEGORY FINALISTS
Miles Pengelley – JGA Architecture
Shaun Rouxel – AFM
Thomas Hearne – Guernsey College of F.E.
Engineering Project of the year:
JT full-fibre network infrastructure
The Hanging of Joey at Oatlands
Guernsey Waste Transfer project
Construction Professional of the year
Mark Farey – HVC
Steve Williams – Guernsey Housing Association
Nick Ravenscroft – Ravenscroft Construction
Property Agent of the year:
Shields & Rutland
Watts & Co.
Fermain Tower project – CCD
Alpha Cranes/Guernsey Metals
Foresite – GPS Mapping & Measurement
Use of helicopter for new chiller plant – Savills/AFM
Industry Supplier of the year:
Guernsey Building Supplies
Channel Island Ceramics
The recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award will also be announced at the gala Awards evening.