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Andrew Dyke awarded 'Lifetime Achievement' accolade

Andrew Dyke awarded 'Lifetime Achievement' accolade

Tuesday 26 September 2023

Andrew Dyke awarded 'Lifetime Achievement' accolade

Tuesday 26 September 2023

The strengths of Guernsey's property and construction industry have been celebrated at a gala event, with nine awards presented and £2,269 raised for charity.

The Guernsey Property and Construction Awards dinner was held at St Pierre Park last Friday - attended by 240 people.

Organised by Karen Solway, the awards and gala dinner are intended to celebrate a sector which has faced challenges in recent times. 

Ms Solway said the industry is "so deserving of being celebrated and recognised" and she was delighted with the number of nominations and the sold out dinner.

The award categories and winners:

Rising star - Jordon Mechem – Swan Joinery

Property agent of the year - Savills

Industry supplier of the year - Peace Garden  at Les Cotils – CCD Architects

Construction professional of the year - Andrew Stuart - Infinity

Hardscaping/landscaping company of the year - Peace Garden  at Les Cotils – CCD Architects

Best small project up to £300k - St Johns Church - Stuart Pearce, CCD Limited

Engineering project of the year - Infinity Deck Balcony – Studi-O  & Le Coquere  - NSP foundations

Lifetime Achievement Award - Andrew Dyke  -  CCD Architects

Best large project over £300k - The Bathing Pools , Viva La Villette -DLM


Pictured: Jordon Mechem of Swan Joinery was given his Rising star award by Deputy Steve Falla (Chris George).

Among the winners was Andrew Dyke of CCD Architects who was given the Lifetime Achievement Award.

This was in recognition of his 'significant contribution into the local industry at any level over a significant period'.

CCD Architects won two awards for its work on the Peace Garden at Les Cotils while CCD Limited's Stuart Pearce won Best Small Project for his work with St John's Church.

Jordon Mechem of Swan Joinery was named Rising star.

Savills, Infinity group, DLM Architects, and Studi-O were among the other winners.


Pictured: DLM Architects won an award for their work at La Vallette (Chris George).

The winners were judged by a panel of nine people including representatives of the sponsors, professional bodies, the UK Association of Project Management and two independent judges.

The event and awards were supported by Gold sponsor, DHS and Silver Sponsors: Sheppard’s Estate Agents, Sandra Robinson, CIOB, Duquemin & Ozanne and the Association of Project Management.

Pictured top: Karen Solway and Andrew Dyke (Chris George).

All images by Chris George.

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