Social Value Awards 2021 shines spotlight on apprentices achievements

Recognising the rising stars in the region's construction industry in our annual Social Value Awards presentation.

This year's EN:Able Futures Social Value awards took place on Wednesday 28 June as part of Efficiency North's EN:ACE 2021 conference.

The awards recognise the achievements of EN:Able Futures Trade Apprentice of the Year, Technical Apprentice of the Year and Highest Achiever of the Year.

This year a new award has been introduced in memory of Humber Construction Hub apprentice Ashley Winks, who sadly lost his battle with a rare form of cancer in January.

The awards were introduced by Efficiency North Independent Board Director Richard Hinchliffe and hosted by former EN:Able Futures apprentice Bryn Roberts who is now an Assistant Quantity Surveyor at NPS Leeds.

Watch EN:Able Futures Social Value Awards 2021 below.


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