JPCS shortlisted for Green Business accolade

JPCS built the UK's largest solar farm

JPCS has been recognised for its green credentials in the Cheshire Business Awards. The national civil engineering contractor has been shortlisted in the Green Business category for its excellence in green practice, strategy and product engineering.

This shortlist announcement comes in the same week the firm has launched its first innovative footway recycling solution, in partnership with Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council and in the same month it completed the foundations for the UK’s biggest ground mounted solar pv farm.

JPCS is recognised in the Green Business of the Year category alongside Quinn Glass Ltd and 20:20 Mobile Group Ltd.

Peter Shone, managing director of JPCS, said:

“It’s fantastic news we’ve been shortlisted for this green accolade. Sustainability is at the core of all we do and it’s so encouraging to be recognised for our innovative environmental practices.

“We’ve worked hard to ensure our services and products minimise the impact on the environment and prolong the life of the UK’s infrastructure.”

The winners of the Cheshire Business Awards 2012 will be announced at an awards ceremony at Chester Racecourse on 5th October.

Delivering safe and sustainable civil engineering and maintenance services to the public and private sectors, across the highways, rail and energy markets, JPCS maintains the highways and byways of the UK and has a growing reputation for the robustness of its service, its use of environmentally friendly products from recycled sources and its product innovation.

For more information, please visit the  the Cheshire Business Awards website.