At a recent awards ceremony Liveryman Mike Threadgold was recognised for his achievements over a long career in the construction industry.
At the Concrete Repair Association (CRA) AGM and Dinner on 1 November 2019 Mike was awarded the CRA Kevin Coulman Award, which recognises an individual member of the CRA who has given outstanding service either to the Association, or to the concrete repair industry as a whole.
The award was made in recognition of Mike’s 30 year career in the industry, where he is currently employed by Fosroc Ltd, and in particular his recent involvement in reviewing available the available concrete repair qualifications and working with the CITB in developing the CRA’s new training courses.
Mike is currently chairman of the Concrete Alliance cross-Industry training group and is on the Executive Committee of the Concrete Repair Association. He is pictured receiving his award from Steve Richard, the chairman of the trade association.
Tee Worshipful Company of Constructors is pleased to congratulate Mike on receiving this award.