dBx Acoustics is delighted that Chris Clayden was nominated as Young Construction Professional of the Year in the 2016 CDA Awards. Unfortunately he wasn’t the ultimate winner, but he was highly commended by the judging panel, in a field of applicants three times larger than in previous years.

Construction Development Alliance

The awards recognise outstanding individuals age 16-25 years old in work, sixth form, college or university. With 5 categories, this is an opportunity to credit those who really are the future of the Great British Construction Industry in the North West.

The Young Construction Professional award will be presented to ‘someone who has demonstrated exceptional performance of their duties either at college or working in their specific field. The candidate must promote leadership skills, inspire and encourage others.  A positive “can do” attitude and a willingness and desire to continue to learn, develop and become better in their chosen field.  Candidates are invited from individuals in all sectors.  We will be looking for success in college and or at work, with evidence of career progression, leadership skills, creating a project and making it happen, inspiring and motivating others to make it happen, good negotiation skills or even financial results.  The successful person will be a role model, who has clear values and has made a sustained difference this year.’

Making a Difference

Susan Witterick, Director of dBx Acoustics Ltd, said; “We are thrilled that Chris has been nominated for this award. Since joining us, he’s worked hard to deliver practical solutions to our clients’ issues. His positive attitude has also made a real difference. He has the potential to go far, and the nomination recognises the great start he has made to his career.”