Some members of the team at Brian Hendry Interiors Ltd attended the 2018 FIS Scottish Awards hosted at the Trades Hall of Glasgow on the 28th September. This event was established to recognise successful projects that are completed within the interior fit-out and finishes sector in Scotland. This year, the company was delighted to receive awards in three categories, these awards include:

  • Gold Award for Drywall Construction at Holy Trinity Primary School 
  • Gold Award for the Suspended Ceilings installed at Hawkhead and Day Care Centre
  • Silver Award for its Partial Fit Out of Holy Trinity Primary School

We are also delighted for Robbie Sproul who was recognised as the 2018 Apprentice of the Year. Robbie has displayed outstanding dedication to his work, with full attendance and excellent timekeeping skills. Whilst first year apprentices are often tasked with maintaining tidiness on site, Robbie has demonstrated an enthusiasm and eagerness to gain experience using tools on a variety of projects. This is the third consecutive year that an apprentice from Brian Hendry Interiors Ltd has won this award and we look forward to witnessing Robbie’s continued development as he completes his final year as an apprentice ceiling fixer.

Overall, this year has been one to celebrate at Brian Hendry Interiors Ltd, with the company and its employees receiving awards on the national stage! In February 2018, John Ramsay received the Outstanding Employee Award at the FIS President’s Lunch and at the 2018 FIS Awards Lunch in London, the company achieved a Gold Award in the suspended ceilings category, for its contract at Hawkhead Care Home in Paisley.

Looking to the future, Managing Director Brian Hendry, is excited to continue to build on the success that has been attained in 2018: “As a business we strive to deliver a professional service that is based on honesty and trust. We truly value the relationships that we build with our customers and we believe it is important to recognise the work ethic and achievements of our skilled employees. It is in this way that I hope our success at the FIS Scottish Awards can serve as positive reinforcement for our workforce and also reaffirm the quality of our workmanship to our clients.”