On Friday, November 3rd, Kaymac proudly attended the prestigious Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) Annual Dinner Awards held at the Hilton Hotel in Cardiff. The event was a resounding success, with Kaymac team members enjoying a night of camaraderie, delectable food, and, of course, the thrill of our Graduate Engineer being nominated for a coveted award.
The spotlight was on Charley Hawkins, a dedicated and talented member of the Kaymac family, who was nominated and shortlisted for the highly competitive Graduate of the Year Award. Although Charley didn’t take home the top honour, the nomination itself is a testament to their exceptional contributions and commitment to excellence in civil engineering.
The Graduate of the Year Award recognises outstanding achievements and contributions made by emerging professionals in the civil engineering sector. Being shortlisted for such a prestigious accolade is a noteworthy achievement and underscores Charley’s commitment to the industry’s standards of excellence.
Despite the anticipation surrounding the award ceremony, the evening was marked by an atmosphere of celebration, where industry leaders, professionals, and companies gathered to acknowledge and applaud each other’s successes. The Hilton Hotel in Cardiff provided an elegant backdrop for the event, setting the stage for an evening of networking and forging connections within the civil engineering community.
Kaymac expressed their pride in Charley’s nomination, emphasising that being shortlisted for such a distinguished award is a significant accomplishment. The company views this recognition as a reflection of its ongoing commitment to fostering talent and maintaining high standards within the organisation.
“We are incredibly proud of Charley for being shortlisted as a finalist for the Graduate of the Year Award. This recognition is a testament to the calibre of professionals we have at Kaymac, and we are honoured to have Charley as part of our team.”Jeff Lippiett, Operations Director.
The night concluded with a sense of accomplishment as Kaymac celebrated not only Charley’s nomination but also the industry’s collective achievements. The CECA Annual Dinner Awards served as a platform for networking, collaboration, and the celebration of excellence in civil engineering, leaving attendees with a renewed sense of pride and inspiration.
As Kaymac continues to thrive in the field, this recognition at the CECA Annual Dinner Awards serves as a motivating force to further excel in the industry and contribute to the advancement of civil engineering practices. The company looks forward to future opportunities to showcase its commitment to excellence and to continue making a positive impact in the field.