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Heavyside gang scoops best practice awards

Published:  02 June, 2009

LEICESTER: Five members of British Precast have won the Best Practice 2009 Awards after submitting ...

what the judges said were "outstanding entries" into the annual competition, which comprises the categories of health and safety, innovation, sustainability and best project.

Marshalls and Aggregate Industries, both had two winning entries, Decomo, Ecoratio and Tarmac Building Products all took first prizes at a ceremony at British Precast's Annual Conference and Expo in Leicester recently.

In addition, several member companies were awarded high commendations and honourable mentions for their entries.

British Precast holds the annual award scheme to recognise the excellent work carried out by its members. The Awards also provide another way of sharing best practice within the membership, said the organisation.

Martin Clarke, British Precast chief executive, said: "I congratulate the winners and all entrants. Competition between members to win our awards is intense and makes a major contribution to our improvement agenda."

The British Precast Concrete Federation is the trade association of UK precast concrete manufacturers. Tracing its roots back to 1918, the federation aims to promote precast concrete in the construction market, and to disseminate information through a range of industry representation and by shared knowledge, to add value to its member companies.

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