The Federation of Master Builders has launched its fifteenth FMB Master Builder Awards, with the overall winner taking away the keys to a new Isuzu D-Max pickup.
After a tough year, and with the impacts of the pandemic hitting SME builders hard, Isuzu has partnered with the FMB to celebrate high-quality craftsmanship, exceptional professional customer service, and building excellence.
Master Builders pride themselves as the very best in quality. It’s a recognisable badge of quality and these awards are an opportunity for the best of the best to shine.
Not only will the lucky winner receive the deserved recognition from FMB, but they will also drive away with a brand new, yet to be released, Isuzu D-Max pickup worth more than £36,000.
FMB will hold eleven devolved and regional awards ceremonies across the UK before finalists compete for the overall national titles.
“2020 has been a challenging year for all of us, not least our hard-working local builders who have sprung into action to ensure that our homes are fit for purpose in the ‘new normal’,” explained Brian Berry, chief executive of the FMB. “Master Builders have demonstrated agility, resilience, and dedication to their workforce during this turbulent time, and I think it’s only right that we come together to celebrate quality craftsmanship, exceptional customer service and building excellence.
“I am delighted that we are once again partnering with Isuzu and would encourage all Master Builders to enter. If you’re not already a member, there’s still time to join to be eligible for the awards.”
George Wallis, Isuzu head of marketing, added: “The Master Builder Awards celebrate the best of the UK building industry, and I’m very pleased that Isuzu is a part of this wonderful series of events. I am consistently blown away by the quality, passion and professionalism of Master Builders and their dedication to craftsmanship and customer service. 2020 has been a difficult year for the building industry and those that supply to it, but I also feel that the pandemic has shone a light on the importance of our homes and local community. Celebrating amazing building projects is an important way to recognise that.”
For more information on the wards, visit the Federation of Master Builders.