Metcor Environmental win National Contractor of the Year Award

Metcor Award Trophy with programme NDA Awards 23
Metcor Award Trophy with programme NDA Awards 23

In front of hundreds of industry leaders, the winners of the inaugural National Drainage Awards were revealed at The Valley, Charlton Athletic’s stadium, in London.

Commercial drainage maintenance and remediation experts, Metcor Environmental, triumphed through the judging process to win National Contractor of the Year before peers that included FM Conway and CDE Global.

Metcor submitted an entry that was widely praised for both its breadth of operational activity and its clear commitment to mitigating environmental risk for facilities managers across the UK. Combined with delivering excellent customer service and sustainable solutions, the entry included case studies, and testimonials from top-flight commercial clients.

Metcor Group CEO, Nicholas Gaisman, said:

“Winning this award represents some very well-deserved recognition for our whole team in helping to build the business up to where it is now. It also helps to cement our newly launched and truly differentiated brand in the market, one which reflects the critical role our company plays in preventing pollution and mitigating environmental and regulatory risk. My thanks to our clients for their support and to our colleagues for all their hard work at Metcor Environmental and across the group.”

As part of the Metcor Group, Metcor Environmental’s longstanding property and FM clients have gained expanded capabilities, including specialist electrical testing and inspection, commercial plant room remediation, clean water pump solutions, electrical vehicle charger services, and solar panel installation.

Daniel Bradley, business development director for the Metcor Group, added:

“The specialist, critical, and sustainability-driven services have helped drive tremendous value for our fast-growing customer base. This award is all part and parcel of recognition for that growth and development, and we are keen to support the National Association of Drainage Contractors in setting high standards and best practices for this vital sector, the ‘fourth utility’ as they call us.”




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