REC team members, Olivia Winter (Senior Ecological Consultant) and Charlotte Toth (Senior Geo-environmental Consultant), have made the short-list for the Women In Construction 2017 award ceremony.
An annual event, the awards provide a showcase for the brightest and the best female achievers in the construction and built environment industries. Having ran for eleven years, the awards are more popular and prestigious than ever, which is why REC is delighted to announce that both their candidates have made the short-list for finalists; Charlotte Toth for Project Manager of the Year award and Olivia Winter for the Rising Star award.
Kicking off tonight at 18:30 at the Hilton hotel in Manchester, the award ceremony welcomes a panel of six distinguished judges from across the industry, including Emma Richman of Six Town Housing and Christine Towley of The Construction Youth Trust. Categories cover a host of skills and achievements, ranging from awards in civil infrastructure, quantity surveying and electrical to lifetime achievement awards.
REC Women In Construction Award Nominees
Olivia Winter – Candidate for Rising Star award
Olivia Winter is a Senior Ecological Consultant at REC. A first class graduate from Northumbria University, Olivia has progressed from Graduate Ecologist, to becoming a strong project manager and senior consultant within her first two years at the company – and is now the central lead for REC’s Manchester Ecology team.
Charlotte Toth – Candidate for Project Manager of the Year award
Charlotte Toth has over five years’ experience as an Environmental consultant. A Senior Geo-environmental Consultant at REC Ltd, Charlotte runs a multi-disciplinary office, specifically leading the Land Quality team in the Winchester’s region, as well as being part of the wider southern team, contributing to growth plans and strategy therein.
Best of luck to both candidates!