Malcolm scoops silver medal position at Construction Manager of the Year Awards

Malcolm Emmerson, Construction Manager for Osborne’s Construction team was awarded the silver medal position at the Construction Manager of the Year Awards 2012 for his work on West Thames College.

The £52 million contract was the largest construction contract awarded to Osborne. The new space delivers state-of-the-art facilities which matched the course requirements and allows space for the campus to develop as the college grows. As a result, the number of people applying to the college has increased by 40.5% since 2011-2012 which gained the college an additional £330K in funding.

John Craig, Head of Osborne’s Education team said: “I’m delighted that Malcolm’s achievements at West Thames College have been recognised by the CIOB. I know that Malcolm acknowledges the efforts and support of all the team involved with the project, but it is his leadership, determination, and personal commitment to achieving the highest standards that set the project apart. To have that leadership and success recognised by his peers ahead of some of the biggest names in the industry is a tremendous achievement.”

The awards are open to site-based project managers with overall responsibility for the delivery of any UK construction project, and the winners are chosen judged on their individual project management work, not the success of their projects.