The MEN has today revealed its shortlist for the awards, which will be announced at a ceremony in November.
Russells Construction is up for Best Company (Turnover £50-£100m), the category is sponsored by Robert Walters.
The company has had a fantastic few years of really strong growth and commercial success, winning and delivering some of the biggest and most high profile construction projects in Manchester.
Andrew Russell, founder and director, said: “We’re a proud Manchester business, employing local people and contributing to the economic growth of the city and the wider region, so we’re delighted that success has been recognised by the MEN Business Awards.
“Everyone in this company can be proud of what we’ve achieved over the last few years. The growth of the business is down to consistency of high quality project delivery, the incredible talents of our fantastic team of professionals, and a solid financial footing.
“We have a series of prestigious projects that are changing the face of Manchester, and with a dozen schemes on the go as we speak, Russells banners can be seen on almost every main road in Manchester City centre.
“We’re also investing heavily in the next generation of construction professionals, partnering with the University of Salford to bring new people into the industry through our Building Student programme, which is another key element to our future success.
“We’re looking forward to awards in November and to meeting some of the city’s other major businesses and entrepreneurs.”
Established in 1997 by brothers Andrew and Gareth Russell, Russells Construction has grown to become a £100million turnover in 2019. Russells works with many of the region’s biggest developers, investors and end users to build schemes across all sectors, including residential, office, industrial, hotels.
The company is delivering some of Manchester’s most innovative new build and refurbishment projects such as Axis Tower and Oxygen Towers with Property Alliance Group, the CircleSquare hotel for Bruntwood, and regeneration of the NOMA heritage stock among others.
Read the Manchester Evening News article here to see the full shortlist.