Merseyside based St Helens Plant have won the Construction and Engineering category plus an ‘Excellence Award’ for Scaffolding Fabrication, Repair and Reconditioning’ in the recent Build Awards 2016.

st-helens-plant-award-winningThis is the second high profile accolade in 2016 for the NASC full non contracting (hire/sales) member – known within the industry for their fabrication, repair and reconditioning services. St Helens Plant were also awarded a finalist placement in the Access and Scaffolding Specialist of the Year category in the Construction News 2016 Specialists Awards in February.

In a recent press release from the NASC St Helens Plant was reported to be one of the UK’s all-encompassing scaffolding supply specialists, the firm has gained national and international recognition for their commitment and contribution to the access and scaffolding industry.

Gordon Pilling of St Helens Plant said: “We’re delighted to have been nominated by our clients, and to have won this construction and engineering award, also to have gained an excellence award for scaffolding fabrication, repair and reconditioning.

“It’s another award purely down to the strength, commitment and loyalty of each one of our team, from factory, dispatch and delivery, and office staff. We are very proud of all of who commit daily to St Helens Plant and have made our international recognition and awards possible. I extend my gratitude to our clients and the Build Awards for the privilege of being awarded this accolade.

“Safety of supply is a huge focus for us at St Helens Plant and being part of NASC, we try and promote this as much as we can at every opportunity.”

NASC MD Robin James added: “Congratulations to St Helens Plant on this magnificent achievement for their services to the scaffolding sector. Working alongside big clients in the scaffolding industry, expanding their operations and winning significant awards, they are living proof of the success NASC members have had in 2016. We wish them further success into 2017 and beyond.”

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