The boss of Bourne-based building firm Larkfleet Group is celebrating after winning two awards at the Institute of Directors (IoD) East Midlands Director of the Year awards.
Larkfleet have won an Award for their Solar Steam project. The judges said the following:
Larkfleet have won an Award for their Startlink, Eco House and Flood Risk House
Fourteen East Midlands directors from Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire were named as leaders in their business fields at the Institute of Directors’ (IoD) East Midlands Director of the Year Awards 2015, held on Tuesday 16 June.
Allison Homes has welcomed new managing director Adrian Evans to its growing team.
Work has started on the construction of the first phase of a waste recycling and treatment plant near Tarbolton, Ayrshire, that will be capable of treating, recycling and recovering around 100,000 tonnes of waste a year.
A ground-breaking experimental solar power system with the potential to generate carbon-free electricity is being pioneered in South Lincolnshire.
Falcon Waste Development Land Company – part of the Larkfleet Group – and REACT Energy plc have submitted a planning application to build an Energy Recovery Facility in Clay Cross, Derbyshire.
Housebuilder and development Larkfleet Group has won a silver award in the International Business Awards.
Karl Hick, CEO of housebuilder and development company Larkfleet Group, has been shortlisted in the Smith & Williamson Entrepreneur of the Year category of the 2014 National Business Awards