Southport building firm receive Sefton certificate of achievement 

The PAUL ENNIS GROUP –  based at Liverpool Road in Birkdale recently reached the final of the Northwest Building Excellence Awards, receiving a certificate of achievement for their nomination from Sefton Council Building Control Department.

Paul Ennis and members of his team received the award last week. Paul said “It is fantastic for the whole team, from the designers and engineers based in our Southport office to the project managers and trades-people out on site. We all know that our clients are always delighted with our work and what we do for them. But for the Building Control Team to pick us out from all of the building company’s in Sefton as one of the best is fantastic!”

The Paul Ennis Group currently employs a team of over 30 including Chartered Surveyors, Engineers, Architectural Designers, Carpenters, Bricklayers, Plasterers and General Labourers. The company is a local success story that is continuing to grow on recommendation year on year. Paul said “part of our success is to always invest in our team and employ a new apprentice and graduate every year so we always have three of each at various stages in their studies”.

Sefton Council Building Control Team said “The LABC Awards aim to celebrate all that is good in the construction industry, concentrating on outstanding craftsmanship, technical innovation, sustainability and high performance”.

Cllr Marion Atkinson, Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Skills, said: “Sefton is blessed with a number of fantastic business and it is great to see them receiving recognition for their work.”

You can find out more about the Paul Ennis Group on their website or follow them on twitter @ paulennisgroup  to see images of their current jobs.


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