Golden Houses Developments has been shortlisted to receive two awards from the National Federation of Builders (NFB). The NFB Awards 2016 celebrate the high-quality work and commitment delivered by members across England and Wales. The awards also reflect the dynamic nature of the construction industry and the excellent standards upheld by NFB members.
Golden Houses Developments is a finalist for the House Builder of the Year Award 2016, whilst the company’s founder and director, Monika Slowikowska has been shortlisted for the Inspirational Individual Award 2016.
Many companies entered the awards and a panel of expert judges, including a representative from the British Safety Council, narrowed entries down. Reaching the final stages indicates that Golden Houses Developments demonstrated that the company carries out work to exceptional standards.
Golden Houses Developments, the UK-based construction business specialising in high-end residential projects, has tripled turnover and expects to exceed turnover by £80 million by 2020.
Speaking on the awards, Monika Slowikowska says “It’s such a huge honour to be a finalist in not just one, but two categories and be amongst such prestigious companies. We’re so pleased to see that our focus on solutions and commitment to building amazing relationships has grabbed the judge’s attentions. It has already been an amazing year for Golden Houses Developments, from announcing our significant growth to featuring on Channel 4’s Ugly House to Lovely House, we’re excited to continue this progress.”
One of very few construction companies led by a woman, Golden Houses Developments brings unrivalled skill, professionalism and integrity to its work and simplifies the building process through clever design and attention to detail.
Monika’s project was shortlisted at the RIBA Awards in 2011 and featured on the cover of ELLE Decoration in May 2012. Earlier this year, the company worked with George Clarke, presenter of Channel 4’s hit television show, Amazing Spaces, taking on the challenge to build houses and flats in seven weeks.