News / 21.11.2022

2022 NASC Award Winners Unveiled

The 2022 NASC Awards winners and runners-up have been unveiled at the NASC Annual Ball and Awards, which took place at the Westminster Bridge Park Plaza Hotel, London on Friday 18 November.

The evening Awards and Ball gala event followed a packed daytime AGM agenda – where outgoing President Lynn Way swore in incoming NASC President, David Brown (Managing Director at IBN Scaffold Access Ltd). The NASC AGM also saw a fascinating, inspirational keynote speech by guest speaker, ex-England Rugby Coach and 2012 Olympic Team GB Director of Sport, Sir Clive Woodward OBE, introduced by acting NASC Managing Director, Dave Mosley.


The evening saw the NASC AGM give way to the black tie NASC Annual Ball and Awards event – which saw TV star and children’s novelist David Walliams host the awards, along with the online viral sensation, Troy Hawke taking up Master of Ceremonies duty. Both proved to be a huge hit with the 750 in attendance.


The #NASCAWARDS2022 Winners & Runners-up are:


Apprentice of the Year – sponsored by CISRS

1  Louie Peebles – JMAC Scaffolding Ltd
2  Trenai Munnings – Lyndon SGB

H&S Small – sponsored by St Helens Plant
1  Shield Services Group
2  MR Scaffolding Services Ltd

H&S Large – sponsored by J MAC Safety Systems
1  Kaefer Ltd
2  Connect Scaffolding Ltd

Innovation – sponsored by StepUp Scaffold (UK)
1  Layher Ltd – TwixBeam

President’s Award – sponsored by IBN Scaffold Access
1  GKR Scaffolding Ltd
2  JFE Attridge Scaffolding Services Co Ltd

POTY Small – sponsored by Layher

1  Infrastructure Site Services Ltd – Swaith Viaduct Refurbishment, Barnsley
2  Shield Services Group – Prince Charles Hospital, Merthyr Tydfil

POTY Medium – sponsored by CADS
1  JDC Scaffolding – Annexe Building, Smithfield
2  Chris Sedgeman Scaffolding Ltd – Geevor Tin Mine, Pendeen

POTY Large – sponsored by TRAD UK
1  PHD Modular Access Ltd – HMS Victory, Portsmouth
2  Enigma Industrial Services Ltd – Cameron House Restoration, Loch Lomond


Acting NASC Managing Director, Dave Mosley, said: “It’s been another fantastic NASC Ball and Awards. The event grows year on year and has been established as a real highlight in the scaffolding and access industry calendar. A big thanks to all those involved in organising this event, with a special mention to event organiser (& NASC Membership Manager), Jamie McGuire who has had to oversee each aspect of this very special occasion.


“Congratulations to the winners, runners-up and indeed all those nominated for an award this year, the standard as always was incredibly high – which is what the NASC is all about of course. It’s an excellent way of giving recognition to everybody’s hard work, it is something to be proud of and can only enhance their reputations and credibility with the wider industry.”


All NASC Project of the Year Award submissions are be featured in the 2023 NASC Yearbook, published on the NASC website now.