RPS wins major award third year in a row

Managing Director Graham Rothwell receiving award

Rothwell Plumbing Services are again proud to announce we are winners of the national subcontractor of the year award 2011 for the third consecutive year. This year’s title was at the 8th Annual Builder & Engineer awards in Manchester on  5th October 2011, the previous two wins being at the housing excellence awards.

This year’s awards were held at the stunning new conference and events centre “The Point,” at the Lancashire County Cricket ground, Old Trafford. Present at the event for Rothwell Plumbing Services were  company managing director Graham Rothwell, Neil, Hanmer, contracts director, Joe Pearson commercial director and Tom McCandless contracts manager. Graham Rothwell stood up to accept the subcontractor award on behalf of the company and its employees.

The awards ceremony was also attended by a host of major contractors, architects, suppliers, manufacturers and other industry specialists from all across the United Kingdom.

The subcontractor category was especially hard fought this year with almost 40 applications from all across England, Scotland and Wales. RPS was shortlisted along with 4 other nationally based subcontractors but came out on top despite some excellent competition from our rivals.

Managing director Graham Rothwell commented after the awards; “The last couple of years have been very tough but we have had to maintain our nerve in order to maintain our market share. We are very lucky to have a dedicated and excellent workforce who have displayed tremendous professionalism throughout some difficult times. Everyone without exception has worked very hard to maintain our very high standards of quality and customer care but, together we have also managed to make continuous improvements right across the company. Our efforts have once again been officially recognised and I would especially like to thank each and every employee for their hard work and congratulate them on winning this prestigious award for the third time running.”