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Henry Brothers To Compete For National Awards

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Northern Ireland-based contractor Henry Brothers is set to compete for accolades at the 21st East Midlands Property Dinner later this year.

The company has been shortlisted for three national awards, with Nottinghamshire's Joint Police and Fire Headquarters and University of Trent's Health and Allied Professions Centre both shortlisted for Project of the Year. The University of Trent has also been recognised in the Regeneration and Restoration Project of the Year category.

The prestigious awards, which will be held on 08 September, recognise excellence in construction, real estate, and design.

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David Henry, Managing Director at Henry Brothers said: "At Henry Brothers, we are committed to delivering dependable, high-quality builds that meet the needs of our clients in a cost-effective and innovative way.

"Being shortlisted in three categories at the East Midlands Property Dinner emphasises our dedication to inspiring construction that benefits, not only the client, but the surrounding community and the environment as well."

The innovative projects, which both overcame substantial obstacles as they were built during the pandemic, combine practical building with flexibility of use and superior workmanship.

David added: "It also highlights the resilience and skill of our employees in the face of the unprecedented circumstances that hit the construction sector during the pandemic.

"We wish everyone well and are looking forward to a great night at the gala dinner in September."

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