Stewart’s Brian Gorman took home the ‘Project Manager of the Year’ title from the Irish Construction Industry Awards held at the Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin 4 on the 24th June. The well accomplished project manager has been with Stewart for over ten years and has been a fundamental asset to the company’s success over that time, acknowledged by his joining the board of directors in 2011. Brian has won similar awards in the past being announced as CIOB Construction Manager of the Year in both 2011 and 2013.
Brian has worked on many complex projects such as the recent Refurbishment of Knock Basilica, 61 ALDI Stores Nationwide, Ireland’s largest Gaelcholaiste ‘Coláiste na Coiribe’ and the new Roscommon County Council Headquarters and has maintained Stewart’s reputation for delivering projects of the highest standards.
The company is delighted for Brian Gorman who well-deserves to be acknowledged through such awards for the tremendous work he does. The competition was high at the Stewart table as fellow colleagues Kieran O’Connor and Tony Conboy were also shortlisted for the award but were more than happy to showcase some healthy rivalry. Speaking of his success Brian said “high quality project delivery requires true collaboration. This award is not down to one but down to a team effort”
Stewart are proud of their achievements which reflect the company’s talented and extremely committed team who strive to go the extra mile and exceed expectations.
Brian Dolan, Managing Director Gyproc & Isover Ireland, Saint-Gobain presents the Project Manager of the Year Award to Brian Gorman, Stewart.