In recognition of our performance over the past 12 months, Styles&Wood has been shortlisted in the Listed Business category at the North West Business Masters Awards 2016.

The news comes at the end of a really strong year for the company, in which we have seen the benefits of our long-term diversification strategy, delivered a number of major contract wins and significantly strengthened our trading performance.

As a collective, we have worked hard to adapt our business model in light of changing customer demand, ensuring we are structured to serve clients across a range of sectors with a truly integrated offer, and the progress we have made is bearing fruit.

Success is not only visible in the improved financial performance of the firm, but also the increasing number of high profile projects we are being instructed on. Fit-out contracts for commercial developments remain a growing source of work and this is demonstrated by the strength of our North West portfolio. Here, our teams are delivering a number of landmark projects, such as the £17.7 million refurbishment of Westminster House.

Tony Lenehan, chief executive at Styles&Wood, said: “This shortlisting is recognition of the progress we have made as a business and as our people continue to strive to deliver results in an increasingly challenging market, I’d like to thank them for their continued hard work.”

Held by TheBusinessDesk.com, the awards recognise the companies and management teams that have been able to demonstrate business excellence across the region. The winners will be announced at an event on 10 March 2016 at the Midland Hotel in Manchester.

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