Another World-Class environmental award for Lowry Building & Civil Engineering from the Green Apple Environmental Awards 2020!!
Davagh Forest Observatory was recently awarded an international Green Apple Environment Award for environmental best practice.
The remarkable build is situated in protected blanket bog in a remote forested area of outstanding natural beauty and great environmental sensitivity.
The project was delivered with the utmost environmental protection measures both prior to and during construction with major input from the Client Mid Ulster District Council and Architect ARCEN.
FMB MASTER BUILDER AWARDS – NATIONAL WINNER 2019!
Lowry Building & Civil Engineering scooped the Public Sector/ Local Authority Award for Altnagelvin Theatre Project at the prestigious Federation of Master Builders Master Builder Awards in London’s InterContinental Hotel on Park Lane.
We are extremely proud of this fantastic recognition for the site team and company at a national level!
Davagh Observatory has made the ten shortlisted RSUA Award finalists 2020!
Well done to Arcen and the project team on this impressive build.
Lowry Building & Civil Engineering picked up no less than 3 awards at the William Keown Trust Awards in the Lagan Valley Island Civic Centre in October 2019, Lisburn for;
>NIFRS Service Support Centre, Belfast
>Altnagelvin Theatre Project
>Loughmacrory Youth & Community Centre
Joined by clients and architects, this was a fantastic celebration of the improved accessibility created in these spaces!
We were absolutely delighted to come away with the Health & Safety Award at the Plant & Civil Engineer Awards in the Crowne Plaza, Belfast, November 2019.
This is a true testament of the collaborative working approach by the whole team at Lowry Building & Civil Engineering, our supply chain & stakeholders & our ongoing commitment to health & safety!
Green Champion Award for Lowry Building & Civil Engineering at Green Apple Environmental Awards 2019!!
We were extremely proud to be named Green Champion in the Building & Construction sector at Green Apple Environment Awards in House of Commons, Westminster last week.
The award was presented for major peat restoration works at Garron Plateau for NI Water, improving water quality, absorbing carbon and improving wildlife habitats.
WE INVEST IN OUR PEOPLE!
Lowry Building & Civil Engineering have just received the prestigious Investors in People accreditation. Recognised the world over, this accreditation demonstrates our distinct commitment to the people who make our company what it is.
Assessed against a number of rigorous criteria, the evaluation process allows views and opinions from the whole workforce to be considered. The outcome of the two-day assessment revealed the undoubtable commitment and motivation of our team to deliver quality projects in a positive working environment.
Last week saw the start of the annual Construction Employers Federation (CEF) Award preparations as we attended the Showcase of Finalists event held in Foyle College, Londonderry.
This was a brilliant opportunity to discover more about some of the best projects and initiatives that the local industry has delivered over the last year including our shortlisted entries for the NIFRS Service Support Centre (Commercial Construction Award) and Environmental Sustainability Award.
Lowry Building & Civil Engineering brought home no less than 3 awards at the FMB Master Builder Awards 2019
Which were held on Friday 22nd March at the Malone Lodge, Belfast. The event exceeded our expectations with recognition under the following categories:
• Best Commercial Project for our work on the Doyen Bar & Restaurant in Belfast (see project here)
• Best Public Sector/Local Authority Award for our works to provide 2 new self-contained operating theatres at Altnagelvin Hospital (see project here)
• Apprentice Award which went to Matilda-May Beattie who completed here apprenticeship with us in 2018 (read more here)
Plant, Construction & Quarry Awards 2018 – Student of the Year Award
South West College civil engineering student Matilda May Beattie has received a top accolade at the 2018 Plant & Civil Engineer magazine Awards.
She was presented with the prestigious ‘Student of the Year’ award, during a glittering ceremony, compered by television and radio sports presenter Adrian Logan, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in South Belfast.
The exceptionally committed student was selected by Lowry Building and Civil Engineering Ltd to undertake her work placement, and during her time with the company she worked on the £6.5m NIFRS Logistics Support Centre project on Boucher Road, Belfast, meaning a 5:00am start Monday to Friday and making a 180-mile round trip each day. She became one of the team immediately, learning and absorbing experience from Director to Operative level, from setting out the building to supporting the Site Manager with essential paperwork.
After being on Boucher Road for a few months, Matilda then relocated to the Altnagelvin Hospital site in Londonderry where she was tasked with inducting operatives and visitors and ensuring all strict infection control procedures were followed including the use of infection control overshoes, control mats placed at each entrance, weekly meetings with the hospital staff coordinating both construction and clinical schedules to ensure no conflict.
Commenting on the awards, the judges said: “All our finalists achieved a distinction in their year of study, they all achieved over 400 hours of placement and provided an excellent record of their work during their Foundation Years. All had impeccable references. However, on top of the normal duties, Matilda May Beattie impressed us on a number of other fronts and is a worthy winner of this award.”