Whitecroft Scoops Willmott Dixon Partner Prize

Whitecroft Scoops Willmott Dixon Partner Prize

  • Posted on July 15 2024

Winner commended for outstanding ‘technical support and collaboration’ at 2023 awards

 

We have been awarded the Goods Partner of the Year Award by Willmott Dixon Construction South at the company’s 2023 annual prize giving, held at The Royal Horseguards Hotel in London.

The prize was later presented to Whitecroft's management at our head office in Ashton-Under-Lyne by Willmott Dixon’s National Supply Chain Lead, Kevin Dundas, and Helen Clarke, Assistant Strategic Buyer; recognising the joint effort of the business in order to achieve this award.

The Goods Partner of the Year Award is a further recognition of our commitment to aligning our core values, practices and principles with Willmott Dixon and other strategic partners.

Strategic partnerships deliver a range of benefits for our customers by harmonising business practices and fostering an increased level of understanding and collaboration.

The terms of each partnership are defined by the unique needs of customers and can include alignment in areas such as carbon and waste reduction, circularity, safety and supply chain welfare.

Kevin Dundas said: “Whitecroft Lighting consistently aligns with Willmott Dixon’s values and has provided us with excellent technical support.

“Whitecroft is also continually collaborating with our works and design partners to ensure it delivers the best solutions for our customers, and its desire to support community initiatives is also highly commendable.”

Amanda Rushby, Head of Strategic Partering at Whitecroft said: “This is really welcomed recognition, so thank you to Kevin, Rachel O’Sullivan, Richard Poulter and everyone at the Willmott Dixon Construction South team.

“A lot of hard work goes on behind the scenes to make moments like this happen, and Danny Kyle, Regional Sales Manager - London & SE, and I felt very honoured to be invited to receive this award on behalf of everyone at Whitecroft Lighting.”

Amanda concluded: “I’m passionate about the value of partnership working and our work with Willmott Dixon allows both parties to build and succeed on a shared foundation.”

Willmott Dixon projects that we have been involved in include the Spelthorne Leisure Centre in Staines, Tower Bridge Court in London, and the landmark £400m Fujifilm headquarters regeneration project on Teesside.

 


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