JeCC Award Success

JeCC Award Success

The JeCC awards held in October, was the first large event held in Jersey to celebrate the construction industry since the start of Covid-19.  The first award of the night – Exceptional Contribution Award - was presented to our Executive Director (and Legend), Martin Holmes was recognized for his ongoing work over the last couple of years within the industry.  Martin worked tirelessly to ensure that construction was included in the co-funding payroll, supported throughout the pandemic, working towards keeping sites open and operating safely and ensuring the industry continued to function once Covid-19 was under control.

Camerons was delighted to have once again won the ‘Star of the Future’ at the JECC Awards held on the 16th October at the Trinity Showground. 

Gavin Scott is a highly analytical, organised, and self-motivated individual. His willingness to learn and to develop himself is second to none. He has shown these core qualities throughout his career but it has been exemplified in the past five years as he transitioned from consulting Building Surveyor to Contractors’ Quantity Surveyor. 

Camerons are committed to trainee development and stories like Gavin’s show what an individual can achieve with the right support from the employer and the right drive and application from the individual. Gavin is keen to develop his career further and the company is determined to ensure wider opportunities are made available, both in project types and in differing clients.

We are delighted that, in supporting Gavin’s choice to diversify his professional experience, Camerons have benefited from his dedication and hard work. Gavin’s approach is a fine example to all those in the company – junior and senior alike.

Granite Le Pelley were extremely proud to take home the Business of the Year for over 10 employees award at the recently held Jersey Construction Council Awards. The event, held for the first time in two years, celebrates the best of the Industry in Jersey. 

MD, Pascal, said, “It’s been a difficult time but we continued to invest in training, health and safety and improvement in efficiency and sustainability whilst responding to Covid-19 and Brexit challenges. Winning this award is a win for the whole team, recognising how hard everyone has worked through a couple of challenging years”.  

Geomarine won Project of the year up to £1m for the amazing work they completed at La Cotte de St Brelade.

And finally J3 Ltd took home the final awards - the Judges Award for the Nightingale.