Welsh fabricator Dudley’s Aluminium has been awarded the Overall Partner Award at the Willmott Dixon Supply Chain Awards for its work as a Wilmott Dixon partner.
Dudley’s Aluminium was awarded the accolade for its work to date and more recently the Taff Vale Redevelopment, a large window and curtain walling package.
The Taff Vale Redevelopment is a £38 million project which, upon completion, will be made up of offices, as well as leisure facilities including a gym and a library. The site of the redevelopment is based at the heart of Pontypridd, and will provide opportunities for Rhondda Cynon Taf and the south east Wales region. Ongoing developments on this project have helped Dudley’s Aluminium to secure this award.
During the judging stage, Dudley’s Aluminium scored highly on every aspect of performance, and received praise for self-sufficiency on-site and producing an ‘excellent quality product’ whilst working on the Taff Vale Redevelopment.
Colin Shorney, managing director of Dudley’s Aluminium, said: “We are delighted to have won the Overall Partner Award. We have worked with Wilmott Dixon on many projects, and the Taff Vale project in particular has been an exciting one with progress being made every day.
“Our whole team from design through to procurement, production and site installation, work extremely hard, and it’s their continued dedication to each project that has played a large part in Dudley’s receiving this award. We look forward to seeing the completed Taff Vale project and are excited to see what’s next.”