20 Apr WWA Wins at Cornwall Business Awards
WWA has been named the winner of the’ Most Dynamic Growth Business’ category at the Cornwall Business Awards.
The awards, which are in there 13th year, celebrate innovation and achievement within the business community in Cornwall. Organised by the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Growth and Skills Hub, and presented by Cornwall Development Company, the awards highlight the individuals and companies that drive the Cornish economy forward and make the county a fantastic place to do business.
The award ceremony took place at the St Mellion International Resort, with celebrity guest speaker Greg Wallace, of MasterChef fame and Daphne Skinnard, Assistant Editor at BBC Radio Cornwall, acting as Host. WWA was shortlisted within the Most Dynamic Growth Business (sponsored by Transform), up against local companies Spiral UK and Composite Integration Ltd.
In recent years, WWA has become one of the largest independent construction and property consultancies in the South West. Last year, particularly was incredibly successful for WWA, as we extended our geographical coverage, made strategic additions to our senior management team and invested in growing and upskilling our workforce.
Andrew Farmer, Transform, said:
“Ward Williams Associates had a very well thought through strategy, which they executed to an incredibly high standard to create quality jobs and grow the company dynamically. In doing this they managed to strike a really good balance between sustainability in both an economic sense and supporting the environment”.
Kate Mills, Partner, said:
“We are thrilled to have won the ‘Most Dynamic Growth Business’ award. It is a real testament to all the hard work undertaken by our teams across the country”.
“In Cornwall, we now have over 40 professionals working on projects across the county. We have expanded our Project Management, BREEAM and Civil Engineering teams, to diversify our service offering and take advantage of opportunities available within sustainable construction and infrastructure development”.
“We have also opened a new office in Salisbury, bridging the gap between our established South West and London offices, servicing new clients across the South of England”.
“At our London office, we have expanded our team, recruiting more senior personnel, which will enable the WWA team to undertake larger and more complex commissions for current and new clients”.
“We are really excited about the future!”.
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