PCE awarded Galliford Try’s ‘Subcontractor of the Year’ accolade

Dan Gallagher, Head of Business Development, attended Galliford Try’s ‘Advantage Through Alignment and Awards’ event on behalf of the PCE team.  


Amongst all the fantastic recognition and awards handed out, PCE were delighted to have been awarded the top accolade of ’Subcontractor of the Year’. 


This recognition celebrates a successful year of collaboration for PCE and Galliford Try. This includes working on some award-winning projects, including ‘Assembly C’, which recently achieved Best Use of Concrete Award at this year’s Offsite Awards. 


Simon Courtney, Galliford Try’s Managing Director for West Midlands and South West, commended PCE for its dedication and high standards of health and safety. Simon complimented the full engagement from concept to delivery, with great visible engagement from senior leaders in the business. This helped distinguish PCE for setting, meeting, and maintaining very high standards.  


Such recognition is testament to the hard work, commitment, and passion shown by the entire team. From those designing structures with rigours detail, the offsite supply chain manufacturing PCE products to the highest standards, and PCE’s highly skilled, multidisciplined site team who install with ease, speed, and safety. PCE’s systemised Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) approach ensures all meticulously designed and manufactured components, which form a repeatable ‘kit of parts’, connect with absolute precision and predictability. This ensures a comprehensive solution, consistently delivered to the highest quality.  


Senior Project Manager, Darren Waller, had the following to say:  

“This is what can happen when a team comes together to smash a project. The collaboration with Galliford’s was fantastic with excellent communication. We felt valued, appreciated, and part of a great team delivering great projects.” 


PCE are delighted to have received this award and looks forward to continuing successful collaborations with Galliford Try. 


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