Previous overall winners

A Silver Medallist and Gold Medallist is chosen from each category, but only one of these Gold Medallists can go on to be the Construction Manager of the Year. These are the past overall winners of the most prestigious award in construction.

CMYA Blog2019 winners

2019

Joseph McNeil MCIOB

Joseph McNeil MCIOB

Sir Robert McAlpine
120 Oxford Street, London

2018

Neil Lock MCIOB

Neil Lock MCIOB

Wates Construction
V&A Museum

2017

Margaret Conway MCIOB

Margaret Conway MCIOB

McAleer & Rushe
9 Adelaide, Belfast

2016

Paul Marlow MCIOB

Paul Marlow MCIOB

McAleer & Rushe
UNITE Angel Lane, Stratford

2015

Dennis Wilson MCIOB

Dennis Wilson MCIOB

Lend Lease
National Theatre – NT Future

2014

Lee Hutchinson MCIOB

Lee Hutchinson MCIOB

Mace
St Paul’s School, Barnes

2013

Stephen Roome

Stephen Roome

BAM
The New Council House, Derby Civic Centre

2012

Tim Hare

Tim Hare

Sir Robert McAlpine
AirW1, London

2011

Roger Frost MCIOB

Roger Frost MCIOB

Balfour Beatty
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham

2010

Neil Matthias MCIOB

Neil Matthias MCIOB

Shepherd Construction
Rockliffe Hall Hotel, Darlington

2009

David Wilson

David Wilson

Morgan Ashurst
De Grey Court, York St John University

2008

Anthony Joubert

Anthony Joubert

Camerons
Liberation Place & Station, St Helier, Jersey

2007

Simon Byford FCIOB

Simon Byford FCIOB

Sir Robert McAlpine
Halifax Bank of Scotland HQ, Edinburgh

2006

Jeremy Williams

Jeremy Williams

Taylor Woodrow
National Assembley for Wales

2005

John Roper

John Roper

Sir Robert McAlpine
Paul O’Gorman Building,University of Newcastle

2004

Paul Sims

Paul Sims

Lend Lease
Paternoster Square, London

2003

Malcolm Nelson

Malcolm Nelson

Laing O’Rourke
Festival Place, Basingstoke

2002

Richard Pike

Richard Pike

Laing O’Rourke
National Ice Centre, Nottingham

2001

Peter Carruthers

Peter Carruthers

Sir Robert McAlpine
West Quay, Southampton

2000

Ian Eggers FCIOB

Ian Eggers FCIOB

Mace
Stirling Square, 5 – 7 Carlton Gardens, London

1999

David Hurricks FCIOB

David Hurricks FCIOB

Willmott Dixon
Fortnum & Mason, Piccadilly

1998

Phil Rowley FCIOB

Phil Rowley FCIOB

HBG Higgs & Hill
Windsor Castle Renovation

1997

Wilf Hannon

Wilf Hannon

Laing Northern
Fenwick Store, London

1996

Tim Renwick

Tim Renwick

Mace
International Departure Lounge, Gatwick South Terminal

1995

Ray Carter

Ray Carter

Bovis Lelliott
Uppark House, South Harting

1994

Howard Shiplee

Howard Shiplee

Amec
Manchester Airport Terminal

1993

Hugh Coulter

Hugh Coulter

Bovis Construction
The Ludgate Development, London

1992

Terry Davis FCIOB

Terry Davis FCIOB

Taylor Woodrow
Goldman Sachs HQ, London

1991

Dennis Bate CBE

Dennis Bate CBE

Bovis Construction
The Meadowhall Centre, Sheffield

1990

John Westlake

John Westlake

Wimpey Construction
Cheltenham & Gloucester Building Society HQ

1989

Edward Kear

Edward Kear

John Laing Construction
Lansdowne House, London

1988

Colin Quigley FCIOB

Colin Quigley FCIOB

Fairclough Building
Midland Hotel, Manchester

1987

Bob Sanders

Bob Sanders

Kyle Stewart
Gallaher, Weybridge

1986

Ken Williams MCIOB

Ken Williams MCIOB

Taylor Woodrow
Terminal 4, LHR

1985

Jack Walker

Jack Walker

Shepherd Construction
Ridings Shopping Centre, Wakefield

1984

Michael Dearsley

Michael Dearsley

Higgs & Hill
Adelphi project, London

1983

Alan Crane CBE PPCIOB

Alan Crane CBE PPCIOB

Bovis
Wiggins Teape Building, Basingstoke

1982

George Crowe

George Crowe

Laing Construction
Glasgow Royal Infirmary

1981

Graham Wentzell

Graham Wentzell

R M Douglas Construction
Hall 7, National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham

1980

Anthony Rosser

Anthony Rosser

Alex Gordon & Partners
Crown Offices, Cardiff

1979

Vincent Christie FCIOB

Vincent Christie FCIOB

Sir Robert McAlpine
Crown Offices, Cardiff

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