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TG Escapes shortlisted in four categories at MMC Awards 2023
The team at TG Escapes is delighted to have been shortlisted in four categories at the Awards. We are proud that our fully inclusive design and build service is to be recognised for our innovation, sustainability and quality.
We are shortlisted along with some other excellent projects in the following categories.
Manufacturer of the Year - Non-Domestic MMC
Premier Modular Ltd
TG Escapes Modular Eco-Buildings
Project of the Year - Showcasing the use of Category 2 MMC (Pre-Manufactured Non-Systemised Structure)
'Ship in a Bottle' Modular Offices by Cube Modular
Treetops Free School
Ratcliffe College, 10 Classroom Block by TG Escapes
Public Sector Innovation of the Year - Non-Domestic MMC Construction
JFK Special School
Twinfix's Innovative Mobile Canopy - Springwood Primary School
TG Escapes Biophilic, Single Entry, Net-Zero, Early Years and Primary School using MMC
Consideration of Net Zero using MMC Construction (Non-Domestic)
Dinton Activity Centre
Merstham Park School
The Hart School
Treetops Free School
Samuel Ryder School by TG Escapes
TG Escapes is one of only a handful of companies to be shortlisted in multiple categories at the awards, which will be held annually to celebrate the best in modular construction.
As a leading provider of modular eco-buildings in the UK, we have a strong track record of delivering high-quality, sustainable buildings on time and on budget as our customers testify. It is always nice to also be recognised by our peers.
TG Escapes CEO Richard Harvey says:
"We are thrilled to have been shortlisted in four categories at the MMC Awards 2023. This is a great recognition of the hard work and dedication of our team. We are passionate about providing our customers with high-quality, sustainable buildings that meet their needs. We are looking forward to joining with our fellow providers to celebrate excellence in the MMC industry in May."
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