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Winners announced at Constructing Excellence Awards

The Constructing Excellence awards took place this year at the Grand Connaught Rooms in London.

The awards aim to improve industry performance in order to produce a better-built environment.

Mechanical, electrical and heating contractors Purdy won the award for “Outstanding Customer Satisfaction” in London and the South East.

Managing director and founder of the company John Horlock commented: “We are delighted that our efforts have been recognised by Constructing Excellence, and wish to thank the members of Purdy and all of our Clients, Customers and Residents for their contributions to our efforts to continually improve the experience of our Customers”.

Purdy, launched in 1984, work closely alongside local authorities, housing associations and providers in the London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Suffolk areas, where they maintain in excess of 80,000 properties, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Their services include electrical, heating and property maintenance for Social Housing, Education, Government Buildings as well as limited numbers of private clients.

The judging panel, which comprised of industry leaders and peers, commented: “This privately owned SME decided that a key part of their future is to deliver outstanding customer satisfaction. Purdy have woven this into a service that recognises and understands the needs of their clients and their clients’ customers’ too”.

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