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Mace employee wins Construction Manager of the Year

Mace’s Lee Hutchinson has won this year’s Construction Manager of the Year award.

Mr Hutchinson bagged the accolade for his for his work at St Paul’s School, Barnes, which he delivered on time and under budget.

The judges said Mr Hutchinson’s deployment of “cutting-edge innovation” played a major part in delivering a new science building, housing 18 laboratories.

CIOB chief executive Chris Blythe said: “Every year CMYA provides a fascinating snapshot of best practice across UK construction. The awards are testament to the continually rising standards and professionalism of our sector.

“As usual, the bar was set very high this year, with all 95 finalists demonstrating a dedication to sustainable practices and process improvement which are at the heart of CIOB values. Congratulations to all medal winners and finalists. Your achievements bode well for the industry, as well as your individual careers.”

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