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Specialists Awards 2012 CN Special Award WINNER CHRIS SEDGEMAN SCAFFOLDING


JUDGES’ COMMENT


“A small, committed and clearly focused company with a very strong long- term ambition”


“Our company aims to achieve perfection in our industry.” This was the closing sentence


of the impressive awards entry for Chris Sedgeman Scaff olding, which took the coveted Special Award 2012 – the overall winners’ winner. Having never entered CN’s Specialist Awards before, the family fi rm saw their hard work and high ambitions rewarded. Representatives from all three


generations working for the fi rm travelled eight hours from Penzance to attend the ceremony and all six family members came on stage to collect their award. Managing director Chris


Sedgeman said: “It’s amazing for a small, family-run company like


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ourselves. My method has always been if you’re going to do something, do it right – and that’s been proved right. “I decided to have a selection of


the family present as this was such an honour for a small Cornish company.” The business started trading in


1996, doubling its turnover within its fi rst two years. Since then it has gone from strength to strength, establishing a fi rm customer base that has included Tate St Ives, Midas Construction, the Minack Theatre and the Ministry of Defence’s Project SLAM, South-west region. Its growth and ambition are matched by a fi rm commitment


to training and the health and safety of its staff . The fi rm says it is unique in the South-west in that all its scaff olding managers and supervisors are trained as advanced scaff olders, no doubt contributing to its success. Congratulations to this year’s Special Award winner.


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