G4C Awards 2016
WELCOME TO THE 2016 G4C AWARDS
Following the success of the first Generation 4 Change Awards in the UK, we are delighted to be back for a 2nd Year. These Awards provide an exclusive opportunity for the Yorkshire & Humber to celebrate outstanding examples of excellence and best practice within our sector. G4C is passionate about focusing on young people and showcasing the young talent in the industry. We are looking to celebrate achievements of this young talent and the organisations supporting and shaping the future leaders of our industry. We know that the construction industry in this area is of a high standard so let’s prove it!
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There are still sponsorship opportunities available so please get in touch to find out more.
For more information contact Caroline Key, firstname.lastname@example.org, 07887833183
Attended by over 150 professionals passionate about securing the future of our industry, don’t miss your opportunity to be part of our pioneering awards ceremony rewarding incredible new talent and the companies that nurture them.
YOUR HOST FOR THE NIGHT – HARRY GRATION
A broadcaster it seems since time began! Harry Started on Radio Leeds before moving to Look North in 1982 where he stayed until 1995. He left the BBC for one year then and ended up presenting South Today from Southampton from 1996 to the end of 1999. He was then asked to return to Look North where he has stayed ever since. He is passionate about Yorkshire and believes it is a privilege to work and live here.
He has received countless awards.His most precious was the MBE given to him for services to Broadcasting in June 2013.Last year he won the prestigious Royal Television Society Regional Presenter of the Year which in the business is regarded as the big one. He plans to work a little longer hopefully with the BBC( but adds you never take anything for granted!)and is heavily involvedin numerous charities which are close to his heart. He is thrilled to be presenting the G4C awards for the first time and sharing in the celebrations.
OUR CHARITY – LEEDS RHINOS FOUNDATION
Leeds Rhinos Foundation is the official charity of Leeds Rhinos. We deliver projects in the heart of the community by harnessing the power of sport to make a lasting, positive impact on individuals’ lives.
As Leeds Rhinos’ charity we have a unique opportunity to truly change lives through sport.
The Leeds Rhinos Foundation delivers a range of projects under three principles of Sport, Health and Education. Sport is an engaging tool that allows our staff to work with a whole range of individuals, delivering important lifestyle messages to inspiring others to make positive changes to their own lives.
We work alongside primary and secondary schools, community clubs and run holiday rugby camps, rugby festivals, community days and health and education projects year round to engage with both children and adults from all over the community.
To find out more about the Leeds Rhinos Foundation and wide range of work that we do, please visit www.leedsrhinosfoundation,org
Trade Apprentice of The Year (Sponsored by Henry Boot)
Riley O’Sullivan, St Ledger Homes
Sam Mooney, Keepmoat
Technical Apprentice of The Year (Sponsored by MCP Environmental LLP)
Kaine Rosenquest, Alan Wood & Partners (Futureworks)
Sam Oades, Alan Wood & Partners (Futureworks)
Sam O’Sullivan, Pell Frischmann
Sam Dunderdale, Mott MacDonald
Bradley Sullivan, Shoreline Housing Partnership (Futureworks)
Trainee of The Year (Sponsored by Northern Regeneration)
Lucy Hiley, Keepmoat
Dylan Lavery, The Skill Mill (Leeds)
Tom Gibbons, Henry Boot PLC
New professional of the Year (Sponsored by YHCE Club)
Dean Glazzard, George Hurst & Sons
Katherine Speyer, Balfour Beatty
Sorcha Lambert, George Hurst & Sons
Stefanie Harris, East Riding of Yorkshire Council – Construction Management Services
Paul Gibbison, Watts Group
Rob Young, Henry Boot PLC
BAM Nuttall Morgan Sindall Joint Venture
Henry Boot PLC
Mentor of the Year
James Barton, Skill Mill
Ashley Russell, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff
Nicky Field, Futureworks Yorkshire
Student of The Year (HE) (Sponsored by Kier)
Harry Paige, Sheffield Hallam University
Georgia Pirbhai, Sheffield Hallam University
Lucy Anderson, CGL
Student of The Year (FE) (Sponsored by Keepmoat)
To be announced on the night