JJ Rhatigan takes top honours at National Building and Construction Awards 2023

A family run business with over seven decades of experience of setting standards in the construction industry has taken top honours at one the UKs premier award ceremonies for the building and construction sector.

JJ Rhatigan is a leading main contractor at the forefront of the construction industry and took away the Project of the Year (over £25 million) Award at the National Building and Construction Awards 2023 being held in the shadow of the iconic Wembley Stadium at the London Wembley Hilton.

They then were awarded the prestigious Overall Winner title by a panel of expert and independent Judges.

“We are delighted that JJ Rhatigan were rightly crowned as the Overall Winner at the National Building and Construction Awards 2023.” said Awards Director Damian Cummins. “As a business they have been setting standards in the construction industry while staying true to their family roots over the seven decades they have been in operation.”

The National Building and Construction Awards 2023 are recognised as one of the most prestigious Awards for firms working on the UK building and construction sector.

The Awards raises the profile of industrious, hardworking and enterprising building and construction businesses and celebrates the real difference those businesses are making to the economy in which they operate it.

“Once again the National Building and Construction Awards has shown that the UK is home to the very best businesses.” Damian Cummins continued. “We saw the hard work and commitment that has been put in and which is making a real difference to the economy. The list of winners and their amazing success shows the building and construction sector can feel more confident than ever going into 2024.”

The full list of winners at the National Building and Construction Awards 2023 is:

Apprentice of the Year

Gold Winner Ellie Mulholland – Liebherr-Great Britain

Silver Winner Jake Palmer – Pexhurst Services

Architectural Practice of the Year

Gold Winner – ARCO2 Architecture

Silver Winner – Airc.world LLP

Community Engagement

Gold Winner – Equans Regeneration

Silver Winner – Spencer Group

Construction Software Award

Gold Winner – 4PS Construct

Silver Winner – Safety Services (UK)

Consultancy of the Year

Gold Winner – Ridge Partners LLP

Silver Winner – Praeclarus Group

Contractor of the Year (contract value up to £5m)

Gold Winner – Krol Corlett Constriction

Silver Winner – K & T Electromech Services

Contractor of the Year (contract value over £5m)

Gold Winner – Foreman Homes

Digital Construction Award

Gold Winner – John Sisk and Son

Silver Winner – Arcadis Consulting (UK)

Health and Safety Award

Gold Winner – Safety Shield Global

Innovation of the Year

Gold Winner – Exigere

Silver Winner – Knauf Insulation

Project of the Year (up to £10 million)

Gold Winner – Ryebridge Construction

Silver Winner – Ridge and Partners LLP

Project of the Year (£10 million to £25 million)

Gold Winner – Solinear

Project of the Year (over £25 million)

Gold Winner – JJ Rhatigan

Quantity Surveyors of the Year (partnership of company)

Gold Winner – Praeclarus Group

Residential Developer of the Year

Gold Winner – Skipton Properties

Silver Winner – Foreman Homes

Restoration Project of the Year

Gold Winner – Spencer Group

Silver Winner – Krol Corlett Construction

Specialist Contractor of the Year

Gold Winner – Legionella and Fire Safe Services

Silver Winner – Veritas Contact Group

Sub-Contractor of the Year

Gold Winner – Oscar Acoustics

Silver Winner – ROCMEP

Sustainability Award

Gold Winner – Grayson (GB)

Silver Winner – QuickFix Profiles

Women in Construction Award

Gold Winner – Kelly Cartwright – Core Recruiter

Silver Winner – Gemma Stubbs – Pulse Electrix