FMB Scotland Master Builder Award winners revealed

Kevin Wilson Joiners & Building Contractors won for the firm’s transformative work on the previously derelict Kings Park Pavilion in Stirling

THIRTEEN awards were handed out at the FMB Scotland Master Builder Awards, held at The Scotch Whisky Experience in Edinburgh this week.

Winners included Bridge of Allan-based Kevin Wilson Joiners & Building Contractors, who picked up the Commercial Project prize for the firm’s work in transforming the derelict Kings Park Pavilion in Stirling into a café while retaining many of the original features.

Other big winners on the night included Haldane Construction Services, who came top in two separate categories – Heritage and Kitchen Project; and MCK Construction, who won both the Large Renovation and Bathroom Project categories. Martin & Son Builders took the honours in the Medium Project division, while Thistle Trade Group won Small Renovation Project.

There was joy for Spey Building & Joinery, who picked up the New Home prize, and DITT Construction for Public Sector/Local Authority Project.

The Low Carbon Project accolade went to MacGillivray Construction. The firm’s David MacGillivray was personally honoured with the Heavenly Builder prize.

The Apprentice Award was presented to Jemma Sykes of Barratt North Scotland. Jim Gilmour, director of Regency Building was honoured with the Outstanding Contribution Award. Jim is also chair of Lennoxtown Initiative and the Kirkintilloch Community Sports Centre.