Bristol Property Awards - Clarkebond in the running for a hat trick?
Clarkebond is delighted to have been shortlisted for the Consultancy of the Year 2019 award in the inaugural Bristol Property Awards.
The shortlisting is in recognition of a standout year which has seen significant and exciting achievements for Clarkebond, not only financially but also in the realisation of some challenging and ambitious targets that were set at the beginning of the year.
Achievements have included winning work overseas; entering new markets; achieving quality, environmental, technical and cyber security accreditations; award wins; framework wins; recognition in two top engineering consultancy listings and launching a new vision for the company.
In addition to this award, two Bristol landmark projects for which Clarkebond provided engineering services have also been shortlisted – Redcliffe Parade in the residential development category and the Being Brunel museum in the Civic Development category. Clarkebond worked on both projects with architects Alec French who have put forward these projects.
The awards focus attention on all aspects of the Bristol property scene, from residential to commercial, from lettings to new builds, from civic buildings to transformative projects plus selecting some individuals and companies who play a key role in Bristol’s development.
“This really has been tremendous 12 months for Clarkebond,” comments Max Thurgood, Director, Clarkebond, “and we are delighted to have this recognised by being shortlisted for this award.”