Chippenham-based construction bid specialist, Purpol Marketing, has scooped a Construction Enquirer Award in the category, ‘Top Ten Construction Supplier to Work With’ for the classification of businesses with turnover under £25m.
The 2017 Construction Enquirer Awards – which were held at Birmingham’s Vox Conference Centre on Tuesday 10 October – are dedicated to “recognising the industry’s best companies to work for and do business with.” In contrast to a traditional judging panel, the winning organisations are voted for by fellow contractors, clients and suppliers. This year, over 10,000 votes were cast. As a micro business, Purpol claims that this win is “testament to the outstanding work” it does and the “positive relationships it has built” with its clients as well as proving that small businesses are “not merely judged on the size of the business but on the quality of the work they produce.”
Denise O’Leary founded Purpol Marketing in 2014 and works alongside senior consultant, Gavin White.
Speaking of the company’s recent success, Denise said, “the evening was a perfect way to celebrate Purpol’s achievements. It is amazing to think that the company I set up just over three years ago is winning such significant awards while up against some serious national and international competition.”
She continued, “I feel honoured that our peers, supply chain and clients have gone out of their way to vote for us and want to thank them for doing so – to know that those we work with are so pleased with the work we do makes the hard work of my team so worthwhile. Purpol is enjoying a wealth of success recently with both awards and bids and Tuesday night was the perfect way to raise a glass to our success!”
Aaron Morby, editor of the Enquirer added, “it was fantastic to see the industry come together to celebrate construction’s favourite firms. More than 10,000 of our readers voted in these awards making them a true reflection of which firms are doing business in the right way and keeping their staff and suppliers happy.”
Pictured above: Denise O’Leary, founder of Purpol Marketing