Friday 13th December saw Mountjoy hold its third annual Integrity Awards Ceremony to recognise staff across the company for their hard work during 2019. Employees were nominated by colleagues, managers and independent panels to ensure that everyone stood a chance of winning.


The Integrity Built-in Award included staff that had been nominated over the course of the whole year and was won by Portsmouth City Council Plumber, Sean McNamara. Kane Young and Wayne Gaffney were highly commended in the category.

The Health and Safety Award recognised an individual who has played a significant role in keeping both themselves and work colleagues safe and healthy. Winning the award was Tony Kessack, Portsmouth City Council Foreman. 

The Glen Moreton Outstanding Employee Award acknowledged employees who had been continuously outstanding in what they have done for the business throughout 2019. Carl Richardson, Labourer, was voted winner and highly commended were Abbie Hewitt and Steve Cleugh. 

The Outstanding Leader Award recognised someone who had demonstrated outstanding leadership skills in their team, contract or project. Paul Whitter, Electrical Manager, won the award, with Mike Morgan and Richard Peterson highly commended.

Completing the evening was the Managing Director’s Award, which was won by Quantity Surveyor, Gemma Harmon. 


The awards ceremony was followed by a raffle on the 20th December to help raise money for our 2019 company charity Bloodwise. Since 1960, they have been funding world-class research into the various forms of blood cancer as well as campaigning for better treatments and ensuring those affected by the disease are offered the right support at the right time. Over 15 suppliers donated prizes and over £1,200 was raised through the raffle, adding to a total of almost £4,000 raised for the charity throughout 2019.