b'The Integrity award went to Carole Gamroth. Acolleague commented, Shes an absolute trooper doing some of the most complicated payroll calculations during one of the strangest times weve ever experienced and she is still going in all day every day, ploughing through the work like Superwoman, to ensure we all keep getting paid. Also receiving the award for Integrity was Stuart Shuttleworth who works for our training provider, CISTC. A client gave the following praise for Stuart, alongside big compliments for the whole CISTC team: I would like to give Stuart a special mention (very approachable, put everyone at easeFrom the left: Nick Lelaj, Jevan Baines, Stefan and a really nice man). I would have no hesitationOstiadal with Project Manager, Paul Magennis recommending you to anyone. The Quality awarded was given to Jo Whelan and Stefan Ostiadal. Jo was nominated by a colleague for getting the PIM mobile observations and snagging online system up and running on my projects. Amazing efforts, even from her holiday in Lands End! Thank you, Jo. Whilst Stefan cares enough about his work that he bought himself a battery-operated grease injector and regularly uses it. Nesa Jovanovic took the award for Innovation. A colleague said, We have had some issues with steering Ram ball joints on our JCB Cabbed dumpers that cost 600 to replace the whole unit direct from JCB; Nesa has found a different supplier that sells just the ball joint for a fraction of the price and can repair it himself! Charlotte Hamer and Emma Jarvis received the award for Teamwork: I would like to give Emma and Charlotte a LOVE Award for their hard work helping the Auditors. They have been at their beck and call for almost 2 weeks and Emma has done so much beforehand to get the accounts ready for them. The Collaboration award went to our FD, Colin Southey, Luke Dove and Sezair Dautaj. Colin won for his help with calculations and processing of all the furlough payments whilst Luke has worked tirelessly to help the After-Care team on our Basildon site: Over lockdown, the defects list continued to grow and Luke has done amazing work since weve been back to reduce the items and provide updates whenever possible, despite not having an Engineer or Project Manager on site. Nominating Sezair, their colleague said, In March 2019, Sezair started the supervision of some service connections on behalf of our Client at Barnet. This simple job in appearance turned out to be quite complex, involving intense coordination between several contractors and challenging Health and Safety across the entire development. With his team, Sezair manages to meet every single deadline and always takes detailed records and photographs of what has been done. From the left: Charlotte Hamer, Emma Jarvis, Colin Southey, Carole Gamroth and Jo Whelan'