We are delighted to announce the appointment of the judging panel for the 2023 national Considerate Constructors Scheme Leading Lights Awards.
Charlotte Thackeray, Inclusion Lead, University College of Estate Management
Christopher Selby, Head of Marketing, Communications and External Affairs, Cross-Industry Construction Apprenticeship Task Force
Clare Collins-Addy, Director of Partnerships, Causeway Education
Emile Roberts, Construction Advisory and Innovations Engineer, Transport for London
Emily-Rose Garnett, Advisor - Solutions & Innovation, UK Green Building Council
Greg Wilson - Head of Content, Fix Radio
Jenny McLaughlin, Board Member, Get It Right Initiative
Kate Cook, Co-Founder, People Energy Partnership
Marsha Ramroop, Executive Director Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, Building People
Sarah Meek, Managing Director, Mates in Mind
Michael Barratt MBE, Construction Advisory and Innovations Manager, Transport for London
Peter Keates, Executive Director, Local Authority Building Control
Ruth Scarrott, Head of Careers, National Federation of Roofing Contractors
Sadie Watson, UK Future Leaders Fellow, Museum of London Archaeology
Sarah Kenny, Sales and Marketing Manager, Construction Industry Publications Ltd
Simon Knott, Founder, Naturally Compliant
Simon Hamlyn, Chief Executive Officer, Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (CICES) SURCO
Terry Watts, Chief Executive Officer, The Chartered Surveyors Training Trust
We’ve got a fantastic line-up of judges for this year’s Leading Lights Awards. Our Awards are nationally recognised and regarded with great esteem across the construction industry and with clients of construction projects. We look forward to the judging process and, of course, announcing the winners later this year.
Our national awards recognise and reward projects and initiatives that have gone the extra mile to deliver positive results in the spaces where people live, work and play in any of the three areas of the Scheme’s Code of Considerate Practice: Respecting the Community, Caring for the Environment and Valuing the Workforce.
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