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13 October 2017

Celebrating the industry’s leading projects at the BCI Awards 2017

Representatives from Watson Fuels and Hall Fuels were in attendance this week as the winners of the British Construction Industry Awards 2017 were announced at a glittering ceremony, held at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel.

Now in their 30th year, the BCI Awards seek to recognise and reward excellence in project delivery, design and construction for projects across the UK. Read more >

Hall Fuels – renowned for fuelling the highest-profile civil engineering and construction projects nationwide for over half a century – are proud to serve as long-term sponsors of the Awards, and this year sponsored the Major Building Project of the Year (over £50m) category.

The judges deemed the City of Glasgow College - City Campus project to be the worthy winner, and our Managing Director Bob Taylor was on hand to present the Award to the project team.

“We are delighted to be able to help support and celebrate success stories in the industry, and in particular the extraordinary City of Glasgow College project,” commented Jim Williams, Director of National Accounts at Hall Fuels.

“Bringing together six major faculties in 300 high-tech classrooms, multi-purpose lecture theatres and specialist teaching facilities, they have created a super college, with a design that ensures every part of the campuses can be harnessed to support learning.”

“At Hall Fuels, we pride ourselves on providing an industry-leading fuel service to the industry’s leading projects,” continued Jim. “We’re pleased to be a part of the Awards each year, and extend our congratulations to the winners and nominees across all of the categories.”

For further information on how Hall Fuels can power your next project, please call us on 01784 411500.

Pictured: Managing Director Bob Taylor (far left) on stage presenting the Major Building Project of the Year Award to the City of Glasgow College - City Campus project team, including representatives from City of Glasgow College, Reiach and Hall Architects, Michael Laird Architects, Arup and Sir Robert McAlpine. Photo credit: © 2017 BCI Awards