By Haddenham Webteam - 26th April 2016 3:15pm
Local Firm PCMS Design Wins 'Best Partnership' at LABC Awards!
Staff members from PCMS Design were absolutely delighted to win an Award at the 2016 LABC Building Excellence Awards ceremony last Friday evening, which was presented for the 'Best Partnership with a Local Authority Building Control Team'. This was in recognition of the close links the firm shares with its partnership authority, Central Bedfordshire Council.
PCMS Design is a well-established project management and architectural design firm based in Haddenham working on a range of residential, educational and community projects. Its team attended the LABC Central region ceremony at Double Tree by Hilton hotel in Milton Keynes, which saw a gathering together of local construction industry leaders, clients and building control departments. The presentations recognise building excellence in the delivery of outstanding construction and workmanship.
LABC (Local Authority Building Control) is an organisation which exists to represent all local authority building control teams in England and Wales. There are over 3,000 professional surveyors and building technicians within local authorities up and down the country.
Following the win, the firm has now been invited to attend the National LABC Awards ceremony in London in November, with the opportunity to win the 'Best Partnership' category.
Peter Keates, Head of Development & Regulation at Central Bedfordshire Council, said: "Congratulations to PCMS Design on your success at the Central Building Excellence Awards in winning the Partnership Category -- it was well deserved and we look forward to many more years of our ongoing partnership".
For further details, please contact PCMS Design on 01844 202932 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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