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Tobermore is shortlisted for the 2024 London Construction Awards

By David McAllister
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London Construction Awards

Tobermore is delighted to have been shortlisted in the Supplier of the Year category at the 2024 London Construction Awards.

Celebrating the achievements and developments across the construction industry, the London Construction Awards aims to recognise and reward the industry’s providers, suppliers, contractors, architects and civil engineers.

The Tobermore submission highlights the progress the company has made in the areas of product excellence, sustainability, innovation and quality assurance.

Tobermore is committed to excellence throughout the manufacturing and customer journey and prides itself on an innovative approach to pushing the construction industry forward.

In the last year, Tobermore has picked up awards for ‘Sustainable Manufacturing Business of the Year’ at the 2023 Business Eye Sustainability Awards, ‘Top Team of the Year’ at the 2023 Export & Freight Awards and ‘Best Sales Support’ at the 2024 Jewson/Stark Supplier Awards.

Kathryn Robinson, Head of B2B Sales at Tobermore, commented on the nomination, saying:

“We are thrilled to be shortlisted for the Supplier of the Year category at the 2024 London Construction Awards. This recognition is a testament to our team’s dedication to product excellence, sustainability, and innovation. At Tobermore, we continuously strive to set higher standards in the construction industry, and being acknowledged for our efforts is incredibly rewarding. We look forward to the awards ceremony and celebrating the achievements of our peers in the industry.”

The winners will be announced at the London Construction Awards gala dinner ceremony on Friday 27th September at the Novotel London West.

David McAllister

David is the Digital Marketing Manager at Tobermore. He is involved in the planning, execution, analytics and optimisation of Digital Marketing activity to grow reach, engagement and sales for both the Commercial and Consumer markets.