North East Business Awards 2019
Nominated for the Apprenticeship Award
"We were on BBC Look North yesterday! Proper chuffed with this piece on the news..
Thank you to all who have helped get the cafe to where it is. In particular to:
McCarricks Construction, who have given three weeks' labour free of charge and done some incredible things to help with materials and push the project on. ..."
"McCarrick Construction has been honoured for its work to lay the foundations for future success. The Chester-le-Street builder scooped the Small Employer of the Year for the North East region in the prestigious National Apprenticeship Awards.
Other winners included Lloyds Bank, Nestle and the NHS. McCarrick Construction is now hoping to be successful at the national final of the Apprenticeship Awards at the ceremony on January 18 at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London. Director Matthew McCarrick said was delighted with the recognition. “It’s wonderful to be recognised alongside far larger employers for our apprentice programme at McCarrick Construction."
"The Turf-Cutting of the new £730,000 Community Centre in Burnhope . L-R: Geoff Robinson, Building Projects Manager D3 Associates, Gary Singleton, Site Manager McCarrick Construction, Cllr Ossie Johnson, Derek Coates, Vice Chairman of the Community Association
BUILDING work has started on a new £730,000 community centre for a village.
A turf cutting ceremony has taken place at the new centre being built in the grounds of Burnhope Primary School, will feature a large activity hall, kitchen, meeting room, toilets and a fitness suite."
"CITB funding has led to a trio of benefits for McCarrick Construction.
The simple process of applying for approximately £900 to upskill their plumber, Alan Welsh:
- will save the company £500 a year;
- ensures McCarrick Construction has an even wider range of expertise to offer its clients;
- has led to the company training an apprentice who is now learning new skills from Alan...."
"The extension to Heworth House will be made to the west side of the building. Work began last month and will be completed next summer.
Chief executive Nigel Begg, who co-founded Aspire in 2006, said: “Heworth Hall is an outstanding place from which to do business and we love operating from here.
“We take great pride in being responsible for a building that has been such a significant North East landmark for so many years and one which remains so recognisable today."
"Winning the best small builder category meant a double celebration for McCarrick Construction, of Durham, as the company is also celebrating its 50th year..."