It was a successful night for PBS at the recent CIHT Yorkshire & Humber Awards held in Leeds.
The recently completed A614 Embankment Stabilisation project at East Cowick was nominated for the ‘Best Small Highways & Transportation Project’ and the business were delighted to see it unveiled as the winning entry on the night.
In addition, PBS apprentice, Jack Cousin, was put forward for the ‘Apprentice of the Year’ category and despite not winning was given a commendation for the progress he’s made this year.
Glenn Smurthwaite, PBS Managing Director, said:
“It was a great night for us to attend and winning an award is always a proud moment for the business. The team who delivered the embankment stabilisation project did a tremendous job and it was nice to see their efforts recognised. Similarly with Jack, we nominated him because he’s made such a good impression since joining us and the hard work he’s put in warranted that recognition.”