Four NPS finalists in WICE Awards 2017

NPS is delighted to announce that four of our employees have been shortlisted in the European Women in Construction and Engineering (WICE) Awards 2017.

 

The awards are designed to find the most exemplary women within construction and engineering across Europe, and to recognise the support and contribution women make to these industries.

 

Amanda Reavill is in the running for Best Woman Quantity Surveyor. Amanda strives for perfection in all that she does and continually seeks out new ways of working for the benefit of the service and clients alike. She fully understands the client’s requirements and explores the normal standards of service expected and where improvements can be made, develops better ways of working.

 

Gemma Hinchliffe is shortlisted for the Best Young Woman Architect. Gemma is not short of client commendations, and can design to cost while maximising her design flair. She adopts a no-nonsense approach to design solutions, inspiring her clients and colleagues alike.

 

Gemma Evers is a hopeful in the Best Woman Interior Designer category. Gemma has over 20 years of experience and demonstrates superb design flair, passionate commitment to delivery and a well-rounded visionary approach. She excels in shaping community environments, delivery best solutions for our clients.

 

NPS Senior Consultant Kathryn Ladley has also been nominated for the Lifetime Achievement in Construction Award. Kathryn’s career spans over 45 years and in that time, she has demonstrated all the qualities that a chartered surveyor should aspire to.

 

Winners from each category will be announced at an awards dinner in May.

March 27, 2017