Our Mowlem Award is an annual £20,000 grant given to organisations that can demonstrate they will make a real difference towards training or the promotion of health and safety in construction. Applications for the 2019 Mowlem Award have now closed.
About the Mowlem Award
Our Mowlem Award is an annual £20,000 grant given to organisations that can demonstrate they will make a real difference towards training or the promotion of health and safety in construction.
Launched in 2015, the Mowlem Award furthers the work of the RI Beck Trust – a charity set up in 1983 by the construction company, Mowlem.
Applications for the award must come from UK-based non-government training organisations or companies involved in training, to deliver a project that will make a significant difference to the construction industry.
Previous Mowlem Award winners
In previous years, the Mowlem Award has been granted to a range of organisations of different sizes, in different locations, with different purposes. Read the case studies below to explore some of the fantastic causes the funding has helped.
Essex Youthbuild – 2019 Mowlem Award winners
"This £20,000 grant will mean we can help 100 young people gain a qualification to get into construction." Jane Cosh, Chief Executive at Essex Youthbuild
Award: Mowlem Award Award date: 2019 Type: Construction training charity Location: Chelmsford, Essex
"The funding will help develop our training centre further – creating more classrooms, installing more computers, and buying other resources for our students." Lorraine Bliss, Chief Executive at St-Eds
Award: Mowlem Award Award date: 2017 Type: Employability charity Location: Norwich, Norfolk