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TROPHY AWARDS 2013

A MARK OF QUALITY WHICH IS RECOGNISED NATIONWIDE

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Foreword A Short History of the Premier Trophy Awards Foreword - Courtesy of the Trophy Awards Judges from 1987 2013 marks the 25th Anniversary of the Trophy Awards and as Judges from the beginning; we were asked to give a history of the Trophy Awards as a preface to this brochure. Some of you may well have entered projects for the awards in those early days, whilst some of you may have placed your first project entry this year. Either way, we are delighted that you have entered this illustrious competition and hope that you will continue to do so in the coming years. It all began in late 1987 when a group of professionals and suppliers from the construction industry convened at 'the Building Employers’ Confederation headquarters in London to consider.the way forward following disappointing press coverage of the sector. The meeting was instigated by the National Federation of Painting and Decorating Contractors (NFPDC). Brian Carrier attended as a representative of the Institute of Clerks of Works Incorporated Council (ICW) and at this meeting, consideration was given to the feasibility of organizing some National Trophy Awards for the painting and decorating sector. This would involve Clerks of Works being appointed to carry out independent assessment of award entries and be involved with the implementation of the competition. Two other Judges joined the Committee following liaison with Mr Carrier and after approval by the NFPDC. It was decided that the objectives' of the Trophy Awards should be: To demonstrate the diversity of skill and craft To show the efficiency of service to clients To develop the highest standards of excellence for the industry Thus, from 1988 the Premier Trophy Awards came into existence. As Judges, we need to demonstrate our skill at assessing entries in a methodical and consistent manner to ensure that our shortlisting and evaluations at site visits are robust. We need to take into account information that we get from our site visits such as health and safety issues, method statements and tendering. These all form part of the overall judgement of the project. There has been a great diversity of projects entered into the competition over the years and we have been honoured to judge many entries in buildings which are part of our national heritage.

It is not unusual to find that some historic buildings have fallen into disrepair and there have been occasions when painters/decorators were expected to provide excellent internal finishes yet were unaware of problems lurking behind the substrate. Such issues have only become apparent after the work has been completed and have been noticed at the time of the Judges’ site visit. An example of this was found in one of the early entries for the competition. A town hall ballroom built in the eighteenth century was in pristine condition. However, the equilibrium was disturbed after the installation of a new central heating system and this resulted in moisture in the walls which caused extensive failure of the wall finish. Another example was a refurbishment following a fire to the French Ambassador’s residence in London. A very tight timescale was given for completion but this did not take into account movement through the wall panelling and this caused a failure of the decorative finishes. As Judges, we do consider carefully all factors that have not been the fault of the painter/decorator and these are taken into account when we make our judgements. However, in highlighting these examples, we do not want to detract from the several hundred successful projects that we have judged over the years. We have seen so many examples of excellence that have clearly demonstrated the craft and skill involved in achieving the final result. In the different categories we have seen entries across a wide range of areas. These include churches, theatres and castles in the Decorative Category. The Commercial Projects Category has seen us in residential homes, shopping malls, research buildings, and educational establishments. Finally, in the Industrial Category, we have judged projects such as rail and motorway bridges and nuclear power stations. As you can imagine our job of judging such a vast array of projects has never become boring! Over the years, the Trophy Awards Competition has developed and we feel that we have become even more focused on skills, excellence, training and the management of contracts. On site visits, discussions with third parties help us considerably as we finalise the individual scores at the conclusion of the judging. Over the years, application methods have changed and continue to change. While there is still much work being done with traditional brush and roller, application has

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Foreword become more slick and efficient. Brushing skills have become less important than they were, and modern materials are more user-friendly with highly effective obliteration properties. We have seen excellent examples of pristine domestic work completed entirely using spray techniques. The time spent masking-up was more than recompensed by the time saved in paint application. Another major change has been the move towards waterborne materials. Despite some initial drying problems and lack of ‘flow’ after brush application, these products have continued to improve. Paint of all types is now available with properties to suit specific purposes such as fungicidal, hygienic, and washable. Changes to regulations, particularly in the health and safety area have also had their impact on our sector. We see a great deal of use of Cherry Pickers, Scissor Lifts and specially designed scaffolding to suit particular jobs. The use of IT has also revolutionised the industry. As Judges, we use computers to assist in the reporting and administration of the Trophy Awards. This has helped our work considerably. With the all-pervasive influence of the internet, there is now no excuse for not knowing the validity of performance claims for materials used in projects. On our site visits, contractors show us the incremental progress of the operation through images on their mobile phones or ipads. This is a very different world from when we first started back in 1988. We have seen evidence of some of these changes as we have judged the categories.

Commercial Category: The main differences have been the specialist coatings used in varied environments such as hygienic coatings for hospitals. Colour schemes are much more functional than previously in order to reflect the needs of specific areas. For example, calming and directional schemes in residential homes or schemes that enhance creativity in the workplace and schools.

Industrial Category: The projects in this category cover a broad spectrum such as bridges, factories, power stations, railway stations, lighthouses and even roller coasters. Our feelings are that specifications have improved greatly over the years and the quality of the workmanship and final finish is so much better. Indeed, this is a very specialised area of work.

Decorative Category: As the name suggests, the work here can be both intricate and ornate, as decorative structures are often very complex in design. Churches, public buildings, and those with a historical context all have a place within this category. Trends have changed in this area and we have seen much more gilding work in recent years coupled with a revival of ‘Trompe L’Oeil’.

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Small Contractors: This category has continued to develop as time has progressed. As the category is for the small contractor, we have a whole variety of different projects covering house interiors, decorative work, and public buildings. The product improvements mentioned earlier are often reflected here and the quality of work has improved considerably.

Judges Special Award for Performance From 2005 we introduced the Judges Special Award Category. This is to recognise one contractor each year who truly demonstrates all the qualities necessary for ‘excellence’ in quality of work, customer service and health and safety. Since its inception, it has been our pleasure to acknowledge the achievements of many outstanding companies in the sector. On reflection, we believe that the Premier Trophy Awards have achieved their original objectives. The diversity of skills and craft within the painting and decorating sector have certainly been demonstrated in both project and management skills entered for the awards. Endorsement from clients for the work undertaken has underlined efficiency and customer service from their contractors. The projects we have judged have set the benchmark for the highest standards of excellence in the industry. It has been a great pleasure for us to have contributed to the evolution of the competition over the past 25 years.

List of Independent Judges to whom we are indebted. 1987 Brian Carrier: National Council Member ICW and Senior Practicing Clerk of Works. John Cowie: Secretary ICW, Regional Examination Board: Practicing Chief Clerk of Works. (Retired from judging in 1997) Bob Hewitt: Immediate Past President ICW, Public and Private Sector Construction Manager and Clerk of Works.

1997 John Lawrence: Member of ICW and a Retired Head of a Construction College has particular painting and decorating experience.

2010 Frank Miller: Member of ICWCI with a wide experience of Structures and Industrial Projects.

2011 Geoffrey May: Council member ICWCI with experience as Clerk of Works and Compliance Manager.

2012 Victor HoIlings: Member ICWCI with experience of the private sector, including project management.

The Trophy Awards judges at work over the years 1988 -2012

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Letter HRH The Duke of Gloucester KG GCVO

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I am delighted to attend the Painting and Decorating Association Premier Trophy Awards in its 25th anniversary year. This competition encourages and promotes excellence across the industry and reflects the skills ofthose working in this sector. It is wonderful to see the range of projects that have been submitted in the different categories, from railway bridges to decorative gilding and residential interiors; all have been judged on their merit. Recognition must be given to the talent within the industry and to the firms that have taken their time to submit entries. I also see this as a tribute to the companies who continue to support, and sponsor this event, and who have made its continuance possible over the past 25 years. A special mention must be given to the Judges from the Institute of Clerks of Works, who dedicate a huge amount of their time to the Premier Trophy Award Competition. Indeed, the competition rests on their expertise, assessment and judgement. It is also pleasing to see that the Association encourages and supports new entrants into the sector through the Apprentice/Trainee Awards, which is now in its 15th year and organised this year, by college lecturer and APCT member Phil Burgess. A great deal of work goes into these events and without the support of sponsoring companies and venues it would not be viable. Congratulations to the winners of each heat and all those who took part should all be proud of their achievements. Recognition should also be highlighted for the tremendous amount of work that is carried out by the staff ofthe Painting and Decorating Association. The attention to detail in the smooth running of arranging the judging ofthe entries, the site visits, and also the luncheon event itself, should be applauded. Finally, congratulations to the winners in each category, and I hope that everyone who has been involved in the competition this year, whether they made it through to the shortlist or not, will put projects forward for the 2014 Premier Awards.

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Competiton PDA Apprentice/Trainee Awards Report for 2013 Phil Burgess - Competition Organiser, College lecturer, APCT member This year’s 2013 PDA Apprentice/trainee Award was a very special event as it was a double celebration. It is in its 15th year of the competition alongside the 25th Anniversary of the Painting and Decorating Association. The first competition was the Northern heat held at The Crown Paints training facility at Crown Paints, Darwen, Lancashire on the 7 March. It is the second time the competition has been held here and hopefully many more to come in the future. A fantastic set up on the Crown site, with plenty of natural light and work space for the young painters and decorators to battle it out. The southern heat was held at South Leicester College a week later on the 15 March, again with fantastic facilities, held on the main floor of a modern building for all students from all trade areas to watch the competition, behind a clear glass partition in a large open workshop.

The 25 entries travelled from far and wide for the heats and in some cases were well prepared for the competition and made the journey the day before. The competitors who travelled on the day were up and off from as early as 4am in the morning to get to the venue for the 9am start. The competition was open to all levels of study for apprentices and trainees and the overall quality, approach and professionalism from the competitors was outstanding and of course a pleasure to watch and know that the crafts’ future is relying on these young men and women coming through the ranks to keep the cogs of our industry turning proudly. It has been a great experience and a pleasure to run and organise the PDA competition this year and an honour to be asked to create a suitable design for the double celebration anniversary on behalf of the PDA and APCT. I felt that I had

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some big shoes to fill after the legendary Derek Butterfield had designed and managed the previous competitions over the years. The design idea was created with the PDA’s 25 year’s Trophy Awards anniversary in mind and then amended to 15 years for the anniversary of the Apprentice Competition but keeping the original silver metallic and achromatic colour scheme representing the 25th anniversary behind the PDA logo. The competitors were challenged with complex setting out, free brush work in emulsion on straights and curves, sponging in an acrylic metallic finish, stencil application with a colour and/or decorative effect of their choice, and a clear 1998 – 2013 sticker to apply central and level within the PDA logo. It definitely challenged the young competitors leaving very little time for any touch up but with grit and

determination the majority completed the specification and did themselves, employers and their tutors very proud indeed. It was a difficult and lengthy process to select the two finalists from the two overall heats as each competitor had unique strong points in the design but the two with the most points due to the accuracy of the setting out, a crisp stencil, full opacity and the ability to cut in like champions was Kris Pilmar from New College, Durham who is currently employed by Alfred Bagnalls and sons (Northern Heat) and Kirk Croft from South Leicester College who is employed by his father Kevin (Southern Heat). The two finalists will be announced for 1st and 2nd place at the prestigious Plaisterers Hall in London when the PDA 25th Anniversary Premier Trophy Awards takes place. The winner will receive the prestigious title of PDA Trainee of the Year 2013 and £500 worth of Purdy brushes and equipment. The runner up will receive a certificate & £200 worth of Purdy goodies.

the northern heat to take place, and hospitality fit for a king. Thank you to the head lecturer of the Painting & Decorating section Paul Thornewell and his staff from South Leicester College, for his support, facilities and hospitality. They are a great team of painting and decorating staff full of energy and enthusiasm which is always a pleasure to see, and last but certainly not least Neil, Denice and Danielle who represent the PDA and continue to support and drive the Association forward. It is them who provide this crucial opportunity for budding young painters and decorators to excel in their chosen career. The two successful finalists going forward to the Apprentice/Trainee Awards Luncheon at the Plaisterers Hall in London on the 4 July 2013 are:

Kirk Croft Kirk Decorating Services - South Leicester College

A big thank you goes out to all the competitors who were involved this year, and employers and lecturers who encouraged and supported their competitors to take part. They did you very proud! As the competition grows from year to year, it is always lovely to have the large Painting companies having their apprentices involved battling it out, but it would be super to see the smaller companies put forward their apprentices too. Painting and decorating students who are currently out of work are also more than welcome to compete; this could be a useful way of putting your business on the map or even an opportunity to seek employment from being a natural talent in the trade. Entries for next year will be sent to all members of the PDA and every college in the UK studying a Painting and Decorating course, so be sure to get your entries in early! A special thank you goes to Brian Shaw from Purdy who continuously supports the PDA competition, and made the long journey to the South Leicester heat to make an appearance and watch the young talent perform. Brian also provided every competitor (both heats) with a quirky box of Purdy brushes each. Brian has also generously supplied the fabulous Purdy prizes for each Apprentice/trainee finalist, which they will each receive on the night of the premier trophy awards at the Plaisterers Hall in London.

Kris Pilmar Alfred Bagnalls and sons - New College, Durham

A grateful thank you to Mark Bannister and crew at Crown Paints, Darwen, who are always happy to help out and support these events. Crown Paints kindly supplied all the paint for both heats, an outstanding training facility on the Crown campus for

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Commercial Very Highly Commended

Winner COMPANY:

Ambrose Ellis Painting Contractors Ltd.

COMPANY:

H & S Decorating Specialist Ltd.

PROJECT:

Central Village, Lewis Building, Cropper Street, Liverpool.

PROJECT:

Quintiles, Brook Road, Green Park, Reading, Berkshire.

CLIENT:

Merepark Construction

CLIENT:

Quintiles

ARCHITECT:

Adagio City Aparthotel

MANUFACTURER: Dulux Trade

MANUFACTURER: Dulux Trade This large development of a Grade 2 listed former department store, was once Lewis’s, Liverpool’s oldest. This project was the refurbishment of the upper four floors into a 126 unit apartment hotel. Included are associated areas with the whole being managed by European Hotel Adagio. The principal contractor Merepark is in a joint venture with the owners. The painting contractor found this project very challenging and interesting, where attention to detail was paramount, as was the requirement to work with other trades during the refurbishment. In the corridors the paperhanging was excellent, as were the feature walls in the apartments. The cutting in and finishes were extremely well done. Alex Moore from the developers Merepark gave high praise for this work to Ambrose Ellis Painting and Decorating.

Quintiles, a high profile International Pharmaceuticals Company has its new Headquarters and Global Administration centre in Reading. This vast new building provides over its five floors, some 33 meeting areas and 100 offices, with other service areas. Together the complex, with the lofty atrium, restaurant, and its open spaced circulation areas, with drinks making facilities on each floor, provide an “open feeling” work place. H & S Decorating Specialist Ltd provided a complete ‘Decorative Service’ within a tight 16 weeks fit out programme. From high levels to floor, offices to pedestrian corridors a clean, bright and crisp finish is seen. Wall coverings and cutting in is exceptional. Well done to all concerned and especially to the decorating specialist. This contract was a pleasure to inspect!

Very Highly Commended COMPANY:

Ian Williams Ltd.

PROJECT:

Samuel Cody Specialist Sports College. Farnborough, Hampshire GU14 8SN.

CLIENT and ARCHITECT:

Hampshire County Council

MANUFACTURER: Dulux Trade This former secondary school of SCOLA type construction is now used for the special sports and other educational needs of the 11 to 16 years age groups. The two storey buildings look attractive in their white and two tone blue colour scheme. The Headteacher, Anna Dawson, gave the contractor glowing praise for their approach to the contract. “Nothing was too much trouble” she said and she would recommend Ian Williams to everyone requiring this type of contract work.

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Before beginning the work, the sub structure was in quite poor condition and required much remedial attention. Safety was important and some parts of the work eg. doors to the substation were completed using electrostatic coating methods, but all has been attended to and a most satisfactory finish has been achieved. Well done!

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Commercial Very Highly Commended COMPANY:

Tudorharp Ltd.

PROJECT:

Appleton Academy, Woodside Road, Wyke, Bradford, West Yorkshire.

CLIENT:

Bradford Schools

ARCHITECT:

B.D.P. London Office

MANUFACTURER: Dulux Trade This large new Academy, for all ages of pupils from preschool to sixth form, is constructed on a curved footprint with a wave like roof profile, had its own inherent difficulties of access and working, especially in the very high conditions in the designed circulation areas. The provision of a sample decorated room gave the painting contractor a “hands on” approach to the requirements of the tight programme and its quality needs. This helped to achieve the finishes required using standard materials throughout the works except for the “Thermoguard” fire proof varnish used in the hall. The whole works has been completed to a very good standard, from the vast areas of sprayed acoustic panels to the treatment of the tiered and seated assembly hall. Very well done!

Very Highly Commended

Highly Commended COMPANY:

Peveril Decorators Ltd.

PROJECT:

National Football Centre, St George’s Park, Newborough Road, Needwood, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire.

CLIENT:

English football Association

ARCHITECT:

Redbox Architecture

MANUFACTURER: Dulux Trade This project is a £90M complex with a large hotel and training facilities. In the hotel some 90% of the wall areas were paper/ vinyl hung, all of which was to a very high standard. This contractor was selected by the competitive tender process and they have achieved a high quality finish throughout. In the extensive training facility all surfaces were finished in white emulsion, but again all looked solid and well finished. A very good visit to this National Training Facility.

Highly Commended COMPANY:

LSM Building Contractors Ltd.

PROJECT:

BBC Monitoring Centre, Caversham Park, Reading, Berkshire.

COMPANY:

Bowdler Contractors Ltd.

PROJECT:

Paris House, Woburn Estate, Bedfordshire.

CLIENT:

BBC

Bedford Estates

ARCHITECT:

WAL Ltd – Wallingford Architects Ltd

CLIENT:

MANUFACTURER: Dulux Trade

MANUFACTURER: Crown Paints The house is Grade 2 listed and was originally built for the 1878 Paris Exhibition. It was subsequently bought by the 9th Duke of Bedford and re-erected in its present location. All work had to be agreed with the conservation officer before commencement of the project. Extensive repairs were required and were carried out on the woodwork and renderings, before painting and staining could begin. The finished work is to a very high standard.

The BBC monitoring centre is situated in a Grade 2 listed house, requiring complete external redecoration and minor repairs. The specification and repairs were agreed with the local Conservation Officer before the work began. The contract was won via competitive tender; and the company was known to the client.

Because the restaurant remained open throughout the contract period and the client did not want the necessary scaffolding to detract from this area, careful contract management was essential.

The client has expressed complete satisfaction with the standard of craftsmanship. The cutting in and the quality of finish is impressive, giving a very good look to the overall project.

The client expressed extreme pleasure with the outcome.

Very well done!

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Commercial Highly Commended COMPANY:

Everest Miles Decorating Contractors.

PROJECT:

New Houses, Stanmer Park, Brighton, East Sussex.

CLIENT:

Adenstar Developments

ARCHITECT:

ABIR

MANUFACTURER: Crown Paints Stanmer House is Grade 1 listed. These seven new properties were constructed on the footprint of an old extension previously demolished. These three story houses have been constructed to a high specification and the decorating, both internally and externally, has similarly benefited from this. Good solid finishes are seen to a very good standard and the appearance of the whole is very pleasant. Worthy of special mention is the high standard of hardwood joinery treated with Ultra Clear Sadolins.

Commended COMPANY:

K A R Contracts Ltd.

PROJECT:

Gatehouse Courtyard, Clayesmore School, Iwerne Minster, Dorset.

CLIENT:

Clayesmore School

MANUFACTURER: Dulux Trade This was a fairly small contract involving all the windows and woodwork around a square courtyard, enclosed by a rather exceptional brick building. The windows were in a very poor condition, requiring a great deal of preparation and bringing forward. The Windowcare System was also used for this contract. The finished work looks very well painted and well cut into the glass. The overall appearance is solid white, with a good gloss finish. The doors were prepared and revarnished. Nice job!

Well done!

The clients also expressed their satisfaction with the company’s approach and their overall contract completion.

Highly Commended

Commended

COMPANY:

Ian Williams Ltd.

COMPANY:

CLC Contractors Ltd.

PROJECT:

The Pantiles, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

PROJECT:

CLIENT:

Tunbride Wells B.C

ARCHITECT:

Tim Jenkins

Addenbrooke House, Ironmaster’s Way, Telford, Shropshire

CLIENT:

Telford & Wrekin Council

ARCHITECT:

Andy Collier

MANUFACTURER: Dulux Trade Full restoration and repairs to a block of leasehold properties with a rendered frontage and tile hung rear elevation, in part dating back to 1781. Various extensions at the rear give the building a “hotchpotch” appearance; and as the previous decorations were undertaken 10 years ago, some recent deterioration was in evidence. This gave the contractor cause for careful planning and unfortunately the horrendous weather did not help during the contract period. The very difficult access, the repairs to woodwork and rendering, the fact that the building was in occupation, all added to the contractor’s management of the project. Notwithstanding, the finished work is crisp and well completed and the client’s surveyor has expressed high praise for this contractor for the work carried out under such difficult conditions.

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MANUFACTURER: Dulux Trade The project was to refurbish a large five storey building, which was to be occupied by the Local Authority of Telford and needed to be renovated throughout, internally and externally. Items such as windows and panels had been previously powder coated. These were now repainted, inside and outside. The work looked well coated, glossy and solid, clean and tidy. Externally, the infill panels were completed in high gloss and all mastic jointing had been replaced. Access was by hydraulic hoist mainly and the client was more than satisfied with the result. A very well executed contract.

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Commercial Commended COMPANY:

Ian Williams Ltd.

PROJECT:

The Bridgnorth Castle Hill Railway Company, Bridgnorth, Shropshire

CLIENT:

Dr Malvern Tipping

MANUFACTURER: Crown Paints The Bridgnorth Castle Hill Railway Company was opened in July 1892. In 1955 the carriages were replaced. This project required the carriages to be redecorated both internally and externally over a one week close down period. Only one side of each carriage was accessible at the bottom station; with the other side only accessible to be painted at the top station. The finishes looked very good; and the owner was extremely pleased with the finished product. A very tight timescale for the work which was completed satisfactorily on time.

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Alfred Bagnall & Sons (North West) Ltd

COMPANY:

Alfred Bagnall & Sons (North West) Ltd

PROJECT:

Student Accommodation, Liberty Living, Atlantic Point, Naylor Street, Liverpool.

PROJECT:

Virgin Dilapidations, Preston Station, Fishergate, Preston, Lancashire

CLIENT:

Create Construction

CLIENT:

Virgin Trains

MANUFACTURER: Johnstone’s

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Decorative Highly Commended

Winner COMPANY: PROJECT:

CLIENT:

COMPANY:

H & S Decorating Specialist Ltd.

COMPANY:

Alfred Bagnall & Sons (Leeds) Ltd.

PROJECT:

PROJECT:

The Great Hall, Leeds University, Leeds, West Yorkshire

Equinox Gym, 99-121 Kensington High Street, London.

Colin Hill Painters & Decorators Limited.

CLIENT:

Equinox Gyms

ARCHITECT:

Diverse Interior Architecture

St. Barnabus Church, (Grade II Listed Building), Church Road, Erdington, Birmingham

CLIENT:

St. Barnabus Church

ARCHITECT:

BHB Architects (Charles Brown)

University of Leeds

MANUFACTURER: Crown Paints The Great Hall in Leeds University was built in 1849 and is Grade 2 listed. The decorative contract involved the use of colour to give effect, highlighted by areas of lettering and the chandeliers, in gold leaf and gold paint. With the eggshell finish paint to the ceilings and it’s mouldings and plasterwork relief, is all worthy of special mention. An unusual aspect of this contract was the access difficulty where all scaffolding items were taken into the hall through a restricted window access. An excellent job, completed to a deadline timescale that required some “out of hours” working, for a very satisfied client. The timescale, and quality standards achieved make this a worthy winner.

This is a large Grade 2 listed building (circa 1900) which has had many uses over the years. The 5th floor has been revamped and is now an “up market” gymnasium. The main fitness room contains a large tiered oval shaped lantern light and the “art deco” ceilings which have had to be maintained in their present form. English Heritage were involved to oversee the restoration. Day and night working in 12 hour shifts was necessary to complete on time.

G N G Biddle.

PROJECT:

The Priory, Geddington, Corby, Northamptonshire

CLIENT:

MANUFACTURER: Rose of Jericho

Various areas of wall have been decorated with Vymura wall coverings and other rooms with special “Scuffmaster” paint imported from the USA. An unusual feature is the movement joint between the original listed ceiling and the new finishes to partitions and wall junctions. The whole area, some 3000 square feet, looked very clean, well finished and dense. Cutting in was excellent as was the Vymura wall hanging. A job well finished for a very satisfied client.

St. Barnabus Church was burnt down in 2007. It is a grade 2 listed building. After rebuilding, the interior required a complete redecoration bringing together the old and modern elements of the structure. The material used was a case in bound distemper mixed with cows milk and applied by brush only, which gave the variable finish required by English Heritage. The remainder of the decoration processes, painting and staining, was achieved to a standard finish with hardwood joinery being waxed to unify the finish.

Very Highly Commended COMPANY:

Commended

A very high standard of workmanship can be seen here; and the client was very pleased with the result. Well done!

Mr Frasier

MANUFACTURER: Crown Paints This Priory project ( Listed Grade 2) was the complete internal redecoration of this eight bedroomed property for new owners. Existing hardwood joinery has all been painted, endeavouring to provide a light and airy appearance. The light will also reflect the new wall treatments, using period colours. Wall hangings are used in the bedrooms. Hardwood wall panelling has been colour washed to give “limed” appearance.

Site Visit Certificate COMPANY:

Seddon Property Services Ltd

PROJECT:

The White House, Beaumont Estate, Burfield Road, Old Windsor, Berkshire.

CLIENT:

Principal Hayley

The main entrance and hall is worthy of special mention. A crisp, clean contract carried out by dedicated artisans. A heritage project brought back to life in this listed building.

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MANUFACTURER: Dulux Trade

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Small Contractor Winner COMPANY:

Bob Hooker & Son.

PROJECT:

Farm Residence in West Northamptonshire

CLIENT:

Mr & Mrs G Phipps

MANUFACTURER: Brewers – Crown Paints – Dulux Trade Bragborough Hall is a grade 2 listed building, built in 1841. For 15 years it has been empty and much neglected. The present owner wished to renovate the property, bringing it back to life and using colours suitable for the age of the building. A good start has been made in decorating the hall, staircase, landing and dining room. The dining room was lined which included some very intricate cutting in around the plaster mouldings which adorned the walls. A mural needed restoration and the marble columns in the hall were similarly treated as these were in a poor, damaged condition. Some cherubs on the shutter interiors also needed renovation, accomplished during the redecoration processes. An excellent job for which the client was full of praise. A worthy winner!

Very Highly Commended COMAPNY:

Keith Blackburn.

PROJECT:

Whispers Café, 83 Golders Green Road London.

CLIENT:

Mr M Slimani – Coffee Bean 2010 Ltd

MANUFACTURER: Dulux Trade/Polyvine Whispers Café is a new concept in a building which had been empty for two years because of a fire in the upstairs rooms. The contract was won by negotiation and had a very tight timescale for the work further complicated by the owner not wanting the designs to be seen until completion. All preparation and ground colour painting was carried out by a sub contractor, followed by an artist whose skills were able to reproduce a perspective view of a Mediterranean courtyard scene. An excellent result achieved, giving real individuality to the Café. An excellent job with the owner being very pleased with the result. Very artistic and good to see some individuality being encouraged.

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Small Contractor Very Highly Commended COMPANY:

Stuart Yates Décor.

PROJECT:

Private residence, 87 High Street, Eckington, Sheffield, Yorkshire

CLIENT:

Commended COMPANY:

C D Massey Decorators Ltd.

PROJECT:

Ashby House, Hubbards Close, Ashby Magna, Leicestershire.

CLIENT:

Colin hood

MANUFACTURER: Johnstone’s - Brewers

Mr & Mrs Booth

MANUFACTURER: Dukux Trade

Ashby House is a detached property constructed within the last fifteen years.

This three story property required decoration to several rooms. The house remained occupied throughout the refurbishment period.

The property required a major internal redecoration, especially the kitchen, where extensive making good was necessary.

Wall hangings were expertly hung to both walls and ceilings, which included the extensive staircase and cutting in was very good indeed.

Wall hangings and painting throughout was excellent and all finishes were to a very high standard of craftsmanship.

Woodwork looked very well painted, including the intricate work on the banisters and hand rails.

The client was very pleased with the finished work.

A well presented example of the decorator’s craft, carried out for a very satisfied client.

Highly Commended COMPANY:

Frank Hogan, Painting and Decorating.

PROJECT:

New Road Methodist Church, 3 New Road, Chingford, London.

CLIENT:

New Road Methodist Church

MANUFACTURER: Crown Paints The internal redecoration of this 1934 church, last redecorated in 1978, required some isolated repairs to the nave and barrel vaulted ceiling. Access was an issue and the substrates were in poor condition. Working around and near the organ loft; moving some of the large pews to assist the work and maintaining complete protection of the timber floors as the work progressed all gave cause for careful attention to detail. Much attention was given to preparation and bringing forward surfaces including treatments for water penetration. All came to a very good conclusion however and the finished standard was very high indeed. A delighted client and congregation have praised the finished project.

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Industrial

Commended COMPANY:

Winner

Fine Lines Decorating & Property Maintenance Services Ltd.

PROJECT:

“Edenhurst”, Inner Promenade, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire

CLIENT:

Mr Patrick Plant

Alfred Bagnall & Sons (North West) Ltd. PROJECT: Docks Crossing, Canary Wharf, London. CLIENT: Serco Docklands/Canary Wharf Management ARCHITECT: Sinta Tantra (Artist) MANUFACTURER: Jotun Paints COMPANY:

MANUFACTURER: Johnstone’s This large Edwardian property situated in the inner promenade has been completely redecorated at Lytham St Annes. It had been subjected to extreme weather over the years and wet rot; and some external rendering required renewal.

This contract was for the complete redecoration of the Docks Light Railway Bridge which spans the Canary Wharf complex, and was under the direction of the artist Sinta Tantra. The work was carried out by 65 painters from various Bagnall’s branches, with 80% of them having received training by ICATS to ensure the quality and safety of the work. Working to a tight programme, this contract had to be completed in time for the 2012 Olympics.

The contract was subject to a tight programme and the client required a certain shade of green, not available premixed. The contractor undertook to mix the paint to the clients requirements before use. The building was completely scaffolded including the chimney area. The rendering was stabilised before painting; and the work was well executed and finished. The bespoke paint to the woodwork looked clean and well executed, as was the cutting in.

The bridge was totally encapsulated to ensure no debris contaminated the water below and all surfaces received a high pressure wash before painting began. Special masking tape was used to ensure crisp edges to lines and curves. The finished work looked clean, well presented, before being covered with pigeon netting. An excell ent job, well carried out by all concerned. Very well done!

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Neil Bailey Decorating

COMPANY:

M D Beckwith Decorators

PROJECT:

Business Travel Direct Office Refurbishment, Armstrong House, 38 Market Square, Uxbridge, Middlesex

PROJECT:

Exterior Decoration of Victorian Properties CIRCA 1890, 21 & 23 Park Valley, The Park, Nottingham

Business Travel Direct

CLIENT:

CLIENT:

MANUFACTURER: Crown Paints

Mr A P Mitchell & Mr A Foley

MANUFACTURER: Crown Paints

Very Highly Commended COMPANY:

Roy Hankinson Ltd.

PROJECT:

Queen’s Park Footbridge, The Groves, Chester, Cheshire.

CLIENT:

Cheshire County Council

MANUFACTURER: Corroless Northern Limited Queen’s Park Suspension Bridge was built in 1923 and was in urgent need of repair and protective treatments to the structure. The bridge spans the River Dee next to the walls of the city; and is very well used, so the bridge had to be kept open during the length of the contract. The work had to be fully enclosed to stop debris contaminating the river and preparation was to ST3 Standard to 40% of the structure, the remainder being prepared to a sound surface. The paint system used was Corroless RF 65 giving a two pack polyurethane reinforced finish. This project has been carried out to a high standard, and the contractor is to be praised for his attention to detail on this iconic structure, heavily used as a pedestrian link to areas of Chester City. The client has expressed his high satisfaction for the completed works.

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Industrial Very Highly Commended COMPANY:

Industrial Coating Services Ltd.

PROJECT:

Foregate Street Railway Station Bridge, Worcester.

CLIENT:

Network Rail

MANUFACTURER: Leighs Paints Worcester Foregate Street Station bridge was erected in 1860 and was in need of refurbishment and repainting. Industrial Coating Services Ltd were awarded the contract to grit blast and repaint the bridge by John Murphy and Son. The work was carried out in two phases, grit blasting and priming. Exposed repairs were then carried out by John Murphy and Son; and a full paint system was applied to the complete bridge. The completed bridge with its crests and shields all picked out in different colours made the work look really impressive.

Highly Commended COMPANY:

Alfred Bagnall & Sons (London) Ltd.

PROJECT:

Windsor & Eton Riverside Station, Datchet Road, Windsor, Berkshire.

CLIENT:

South West Trains

MANUFACTURER: Johnstone’s This station is a Heritage station which was opened in 1849. It was in need of an urgent redecoration as it was to be used for the Olympic traffic to Eton Dorney Wood. Work was carried out to a tight timetable and deadline and the colour scheme had to have Royal approval. Access involved some track possession and the use of mobile elevated working platforms. The finishes are to a very high standard requiring the picking out of the column heads in three colours. The client from South West Trains was extremely pleased with the completed work.

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Industrial Highly Commended

Highly Commended

COMPANY:

E P Painting Ltd.

COMPANY:

Ian Williams Ltd.

PROJECT:

London Underground Neasdon Depot, Neasdon Lane, Neasdon London.

PROJECT:

Smeaton’s Tower, The Hoe, Plymouth, Devon.

CLIENT:

London Underground

CLIENT:

Plymouth City Council

MANUFACTURER: 3M This project is the preparation and application of non-slip protective treatments to the floor areas of an underground train maintenance shop, in two new buildings. The first was required to be chemical resistant with safety demarcations to the extensive ”deep Areas”. The second was the 3M Ltd provision of protective coatings for the heavy duty requirement of 2 pack epoxy polyurethane. The primer on shot blasted surfaces is to provide the non slip surfaces. Access difficulties caused pressure due to mechanical and electrical services needing to be in tandem with the floor treatments. This vast project some 200 x 30 metres in size required very careful planning in a tight programme.

MANUFACTURER: Dulux Trade Smeaton’s Tower was the old Eddystone Lighthouse, which was moved to The Hoe in 1844 and is now a Grade 1 Listed building. The project was won by Competitive Tender and access was by a purpose designed scaffold and elevating work platforms. Craftsmanship was to a very high standard. One problem was when the contractor discovered that the lantern light roof was copper and not lead as expected. This was resolved by changing the specification to anti-graffiti paint as a base coating with Dulux All Seasons finish as the final protective coating.

Nevertheless, the work was completed to a very high standard and praised by a very satisfied client.

Communications with the city surveyor were very good and the contractor was under constant scrutiny by the local press who produced several articles on the project.

Highly Commended

Commended

COMPANY:

Ian Williams Ltd.

COMPANY:

Roy Hankinson Ltd.

PROJECT:

Nash Point Lighthouse, Nash Point, Marcross, Llantwit Major, Vale of Glamorgan

PROJECT:

Godley Bridge, Lister Road, Halifax.

CLIENT:

Calderdale Council

MANUFACTURER: Hempel Paints

MANUFACTURER: Leighs Paints

Godley Bridge was constructed in 1900 and is Grade 2 listed. The bridge carries a road across another road (A 58) and is supported by four main columns crowned on their pinnacles by gilded crowns (by others).

This project consisted of the decoration and protection of two unmanned lighthouses and four cottages at Nash Point, South Wales. The cottages are now let as holiday homes.

Preparation was crucial, with grit blasting used to take the surface to bare metal and then a four coat system of 2 pack epoxy resin paint was applied to manufacturer’s specification.

Bad weather interrupted progress causing the work to be suspended for several weeks. The contract included repairs as required and access was gained by using a mobile arm at the lower levels; and by a scaffold specially designed by Trinity House.

The A 58 that is situated below the bridge was required to remain open 24 hours each day, with its low headroom to the road above; as a single carriageway on an almost 75 degree bend. This taxed the contractor to devise a health and safety environment suitable for his artisans and those using this main road into Halifax.

CLIENT:

Trinity House Lighthouse Services

All the work was well coated, sound and dense using a special paint by Rustolium and Leigh Paints. The walls were bright white with the plinth and window cills picked out in green.

Worthy of special mention is the treatment and preparation, and the picking out the coat of arms crest on the vertical latticed framework.

A well undertaken job for a very satisfied client.

A successful contract for a very pleased Local Authority client

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Industrial Commended COMPANY:

Alfred Bagnall & Sons (North West) Ltd.

PROJECT:

The “Revolution Ride�, Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Blackpool.

CLIENT:

Blackpool Pleasure Beach

MANUFACTURER: Dulux Trade This is a modern high speed roller coaster ride of steel construction, that required a complex scaffold to encase the ride to protect it from salt laden sea air whilst the work was carried out. The finish was particularly good considering the access issues. Quality control was carried out by the contractor, the consultant and the client. Client and contractor relationships were particularly good, working together, and the client full of praise for the high standards achieved.

Commended COMPANY:

Industrial Coating Services Ltd.

PROJECT:

East Lancashire Road Bridge, St Helens, Merseyside

CLIENT:

Network Rail

MANUFACTURER: Jotun Paints Health and safety requirements are a vital issue on this contract, for example, the small metal bead sections showing signs of detachment from the external supporting beams over this main carriageway. The profile of these bead sections originally formed panels as a decorative feature. Following removal of the beads in preparation, the contractor then identified the original panel features by direct application to the beam faces. The logistics of setting out this onerous task was undertaken by the artisans carrying out the work on the exposed positions above the highway. The bridge carries a railway line. This was a well executed contract for a satisfied client.

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Industrial

Other 2013 Entries Industrial Category

Site Visit Certificates COMPANY:

Industrial Coating Services Ltd

PROJECT:

Underbridge 28A & 41 Redecoration, Over M6 Motorway, Sandbach between Junction 17-18

CLIENT:

J D Bush and Sons Warehousing, Unit 8-10, Platt Industrial Estate, Borough Green, Kent MANUFACTURER: Crown Paints

COMPANY: PROJECT:

Industrial Coating Services Ltd Various Sites for National Grid Framework, West Midlands, East Midlands, East Anglia and London CLIENT: National Grid Plc MANUFACTURER: Hempel Paints COMPANY: PROJECT:

Network Rail

MANUFACTURER: International Paints

Seddon Property Services Ltd Hangar 2, Newton Business Park, Newton, Nottinghamshire CLIENT: John Deere Ltd MANUFACTURER: Johnstone’s

COMPANY: PROJECT:

Commercial Category E & L Chambers Varna Street Primary School, Chisholm Street, Openshaw, Manchester CLIENT: Manchester City Council ARCHITECT: Ellis Williams MANUFACTURER: Johnstone’s COMPANY: PROJECT:

COMPANY:

E P Painting Ltd

COMPANY:

Industrial Coating Services Ltd

PROJECT:

Olympic Park Railway Bridges, Olympic Park, Stratford, London.

PROJECT:

Whaley Bridge Redecoration, Whaley Bridge Railway Station, Derbyshire

CLIENT:

Network Rail

CLIENT:

Network Rail

MANUFACTURER: International Paints

MANUFACTURER: Leighs Paints

Dectech Cowes Enterprise College, Crossfield Avenue, Cowes, Isle of Wight CLIENT: Isle of Wight Education ARCHITECT: J B Architects MANUFACTURER: Crown Paints

COMPANY: PROJECT:

COMPANY: PROJECT:

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H&S Decorating Specialist Ltd The Royal Suite, Intercontinential Hotel, Park Lane, London Intercontinential HBA Design

Regional Decorators Limited E.P.G.L., Boughton Hall, Filkins Lane, Cheshire CLIENT: E.P.G.L. ARCHITECT: SDA MANUFACTURER: Crown Paints

COMPANY: PROJECT:

Entrants Rushworth Painting Contractors Ltd PROJECT: Park Entrance, Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Blackpool CLIENT: Blackpool Pleasure Beach MANUFACTURER: Crown Paints

COMPANY:

Decorative Category Maguire & Hurst Painting Contractors Ltd PROJECT: St. Marie Cathedral, Cathedral House, Norfolk Street, Sheffield CLIENT: Diocese of Hallam ARCHITECT: Buttress Fuller Allsop Williams MANUFACTURER: Dulux Trade COMPANY:

Small Contractors Category Trevor Brandon The Parsonage, Abridge Road, Theydon Bois, Essex MANUFACTURER: Crown Paints COMPANY: PROJECT:

Clifton Decorators Ltd Dyffryn House, Dyffryn, St. Nicholas, Vale of Glamorgan CLIENT: Ken Biggs Contractors ARCHITECT: Rodney Melville & Partners MANUFACTURER: Dulux Trade COMPANY: PROJECT:

D P Cowley Painters & Decorators PROJECT: Redecoration of Hallway, Staircase & Porch, Cregdyshee, The Downs, Union Mills, Isle of Man CLIENT: Mr & Mrs Dean MANUFACTURER: Dulux Trade COMPANY:

G S Decorating Gilmore Hall, Liverpool University, Liverpool MANUFACTURER: Dulux Trade COMPANY: PROJECT:

T Simpson Decorating Ltd 1 Rectory Lane, Kings Ripton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire CLIENT: Mr Steve Brown MANUFACTURER: Crown Paints COMPANY: PROJECT:

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Former Previous National Painting & Decorating Trophy Competition Winners

YEAR

CATEGORY

ENTERED PROJECT AND CONTRACTOR

YEAR

CATEGORY

ENTERED PROJECT AND CONTRACTOR

2003

Commercial

Alhambra Theatre, Bradford Alfred Bagnall & Sons (North) Ltd

2008

Small Contracts

Decorative

Private Chapel, Kensington Chapel T Greening (Doncaster) Ltd

The Small Ground Floor, Court Room, Painters & Stainers Hall Quality Decor, Surrey

2009

Industrial

Wilcon Show Homes, Downham Market S A Mallett Decorators

Silver Jubilee Bridge, Runcorn Roy Hankinson Ltd

Commercial

Retirement Village, Hartfields K & G Decorators

Industrial

Millennium Village Car Park, London Rossbro

Decorative

Trafford Shopping Centre, Manchester E & P Painting Contractors Ltd

Since the inauguration in 1988 YEAR

CATEGORY

1988/89 Industrial

Commercial

Small Contracts

ENTERED PROJECT AND CONTRACTOR

YEAR

CATEGORY

Hunderton Bridge Alfred Bagnall & Sons (South Wales) Ltd

1996

Highly Decorative Lloyds Bank, Halifax Jack Tighe Ltd, Gainsborough

1997

Industrial

Tenhill Computer Systems, Leeds Alfred Bagnall & Sons (North) Ltd

Commercial

Highly Decorative Wynyard Hall, Cleveland W H Bonney (Decorators) York Ltd 1990

1991

Industrial

Tamar Bridge Refurbishment Ian Williams & Co Ltd

Commercial

National Museum of Wales Ian Williams & Co Ltd

1993

1996

Cardinal Hat, Bank of Scotland, Lincoln John Richards Decorators, Lincoln

Dunstall Hall, Burton on Trent Fisher Decorations Ltd

Small Contracts

Private House, Leicester Palmer Decorations

Industrial

Commercial

The Digbeth Arcade, Walsall A&D Barton & Sons (Pelsall) Ltd

Industrial

Decorative

Army Air Corps, Dishford, Yorkshire Alfred Bagnall & Sons (North) Ltd York Crown Courts, York W H Bonney (Decorators) York Ltd

1999

2005

St Austin Roman Catholic Church, Stafford Fisher Decorations

Tower Bridge Historic Engines, Tower Bridge, London Tom Greening

Jaguar Factory, Birmingham Alfred Bagnall & Sons (Midlands) Ltd

Commercial

Orchard Park Health Centre, Hull D & D Decorators & Sons Ltd

Commercial

Millroyd Island Apartments, Brighouse Wayne Dickinson Decorating Contractors

Decorative

Dining Hall, Downing College, Cambridge Campbell Smith & Co Ltd

Decorative

St Aloysius’ Church, Glasgow Dumbreck Decorators

Small Contracts

The Chapel: St Mary’s Convent, BirminghamFisher Decorations Ltd

Industrial

Menia Bridge, North Wales Roy Hankinson New Vauxhall Stand, The Oval, London Rossbro Ltd

LPC Sheres BP, Bristol Alfred Bagnall & Sons (West) Ltd

Commercial

Midland Bank, London Kirby McLean Ltd

Commercial

Industrial

Aquaducts Winford, Avon Alfred Bagnall & Sons (West) Ltd

Decorative

The Trafford Centre Manchester Roy Hankinson

Decorative

Main Entrance, The National Gallery Campbell Smith & Co Ltd (Cousins Ltd)

Commercial

St Patricks Church, Leeds Hudson White Leeds

Industrial

Freeman Cigars, Cardiff Ian Williams Ltd, Cardiff

Small Contracts

Barn Convertion, Priors Hardwick Bob Hooker & Son Ltd

Highly Decorative The Ballroom Town Hall, Newark A R Dawes

Commercial

The Deck Restaurant, Instow, Devon James Blackmore, Barnstable

Industrial

Souter Lighthouse, Sunderland Alfred Bagnall & Sons (North East) Ltd

Industrial

ICI Factory Gloucester Lennon Decorators Wolverhampton

Decorative

Commercial

Oxford Castle Heritage Project Ian Williams Ltd

Commercial

The Criterion Theatre, London Hudson White Ltd, Leeds

Charing Cross Hotel, The Strand, London CLC Contractors, Surrey

Decorative

St George Entrance, Small Hall Liverpool Roy Hankinson

Small Contracts

Private Residence, Staverton Bob Hooker & Son Ltd

Industrial

Ratcliffe on Stour Power Station J S Seddon (Painting) Ltd

2000

2001

Industrial

Waste Vitrification Plant, Sellafield T Greening (Doncaster) Ltd

Commercial

Selfridges London A C Beck & Sons (Contracts) Ltd

2007

Industrial

Peterborough Power Station T Greening (Doncaster) Ltd

Decorative

Commercial

The Savoy Theatre, London Ashby & Horner Interiors Ltd, Essex

Usher Concert Hall, Edinburgh Rolland Decorators Scotland

Small Contracts

A Captains House, London Thomas Welch & Sons Decorators, London

Commercial

Pearl Centre, Lynchwood, Peterborough Blair Contracts, Luton

Industrial

Filter Room One, Mathew Clark Brands, Bristol Alfred Bagnall & Sons (West) Ltd

Decorative

The Royal Hall, Harrogate J Ibbotson Ltd

Commercial

Holmes Place Leisure, Manchester Temple Somerville (P&D) Ltd

Highly Decorative Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Westminster Cousins Ltd

Decorative

Buxton Opera House Fisher Decorations

Industrial

Small Contracts

Rainbow Fileds EPH, Shipston on Stour MITIE Property Services (Midlands) Ltd

Industrial

Decontamination Building, Sellafield T Greening (Doncaster) Ltd

Commercial

Pedestrian Walkway, Arndale, Egham Hubdean Ltd

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2002

Unipart DCM, Cowley Whittle Painting Nottingham Ltd Pelham House, Calder Bridge, Cumbria T Greening (Doncaster) Ltd

2003

Industrial

Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol Ian Williams Ltd

2008

2010

Small Contractors Horton Hall, Horton, Bristol P & S Timbrell Decorators Ltd 2011

Industrial

2006

Small Contractors St Peter’s Catholic Church, Gloucester P & S Timbrell Decorators Ltd Industrial

Highly Decorative Sec: of State Office, Foreign Office, London Campbell Smith & Co

Commercial

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Decorative

Highly Decorative The Grand Opera House, York Dodsworth (York) Ltd

Highly Decorative St Mary’s Chapel, Oscott College, Birmingham Fisher Decorations Staffordshire 1995

The Sage Group H2, Newcastle Colorcraft (CLC Group)

Waste Vitrifilation Plant, Sellafield T Greening (Doncaster) Ltd

Highly Decorative Lacarno Suite, Whitehall Campbell Smith & Co Ltd 1994

Commercial

Highly Decorative Victoria & Albert Museum, London Thomas Ford & Prtns for Campbell Smith & Co, London 1998

2004

Witton Mill, Blackburn Wilfred Lord Ltd, Rochdale

Industrial

Commercial

1992

ENTERED PROJECT AND CONTRACTOR

Industrial

Ferrybridge Power Station, Knottingley, West Yorkshire E & P Painting Contractors Ltd

Commercial

The Hanover Housing Association, Sycamore Lodge, Co Durham. Seddon Property Services Ltd

Decorative

Dalhebity House, Aberdeen McLaren & Co Painters & Contractors Ltd

Small Contractors Victorian Lakeland Country House, Ambleside C D Massey Decorators Ltd 2012

Industrial

Oikos Storage Ltd, Hole Haven Wharf, Haven Road, Canvey Island, Essex. E & P Painting Contractors Ltd

Commercial

Moorland Garden Hotel, Tavistock Road, Yelverton, Devon. Ian Williams Ltd

Decorative

St Andrew’s Cathedral, Clyde Street, Glasgow. Dumbreck Decorators

Decorative

St Peter’s Church, Stonyhurst, Clitheroe, Lancashire. Bernard Watson Decorators (Inc. J Corbishley & Sons)

Small Contractors South Wing, Lullingstone Castle, Eynesford, Dartford, Kent. T & K Bourne and Sons Ltd

Special Award for Excellence 2005

Alfred Bagnall & Sons (Midlands) Ltd

2008

J S Seddon (Painting) Ltd

2011

Thomas Welch & Sons

2006

Fisher Decorations Ltd

2009

Roy Hankinson Ltd

2012

CLC Contractors Ltd

2007

Ian Williams Ltd

2010

Campbell Smith & Co Ltd

2013

Tom Greening

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