The CGM Group (CGM) are delighted to announce they have won an award at the prestigious BALI 2021 National Landscape Awards in the Grounds Maintenance category for a residential contracts in Cambridgeshire.
This year’s awards saw 79 winners announced across 29 award categories, with CGM going up against strong competition from several companies and projects within the industry.
Every project entered, is subject to site visits and scrutinised by a judge who then decides with a panel of judges if the winners really do represent the best of landscape design and construction in the industry. The awards are designed to reward professional excellence and acknowledge the work that has been carried out on each individual project.
The National Landscape Awards’ expert Judging Panel, led by Chair John Melmoe, was joined by Wayne Grills and team members from Landscape House for three days of deliberation in mid-August, where every entry was reviewed and scrutinised.
Commenting on this year’s judging, John said: “The mix and quality of this year’s submissions was extremely encouraging with the number of applications on par with 2020. The complex and diverse nature of the entries continues to showcase the capabilities of the industry and its skilled workforce, with the continued desire to demonstrate a quest for perfection.
“Each year the content of the entries takes on a new dynamic and this year was no exception. I was delighted to see the strong uptake of online submission for entry into this year’s Awards which represents a major step forward. We look forward to sharing members’ successes with you all in December.”
Corporate Services Director at CGM, Will Hoy added: "We are extremely pleased to have won an award at this year's BALI 2021 National Landscape Awards. These entries are only possible with the hard work and dedication of our teams across CGM along with the relationships we have with our excellent clients."
The award follows previous BALI successes for CGM in 2012, 2014, 2015 and 2019.
Winners will be announced during the prize giving ceremony in London on December 3, 2021.