A SPECIALIST building preservation company, with branches across Scotland and the North of England, has been presented with a top award at a ceremony hosted by national trade body the Property Care Association (PCA).
Richardson & Starling, which has its headquarters in Glasgow and a network of 16 branches, secured the Project of the Year accolade for its work at the David Stow Building in Jordanhill Park, Glasgow.
The work has involved the sensitive renovation of a landmark Edwardian building into 64 apartments.
They were announced winner of the Project of the Year award – sponsored by P.A.M Ties Ltd – at a ceremony held at The Slate, University of Warwick.
Steve Hodgson, Chief Executive of the PCA, said: “Our members tackle a range of issues that can affect people’s homes and businesses, buildings of national importance or major infrastructure.
“Their talent and skills are highly valued, and our 2023 Best Practice Awards are an opportunity to celebrate the expertise and experience of our members.
“I congratulate Richardson & Starling on the professionalism and commitment to quality service that is recognised with this award.”
Richardson & Starling are one of the oldest property preservation and repair contractors in the UK.
Managing Director at the company, Graham Bruce, said: “Winning the award for Project of the Year at the national best practice awards demonstrates the high quality of workmanship, enthusiasm and commitment from the team at Richardson & Starling.”
To find out more about the PCA, visit: www.property-care.org