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Wednesday, 12th April 2017

Constructing Excellence in the South East Awards shortlist announced

Following the announcement of this year’s Constructing Excellence in the South East Awards (SECBE), Temple is delighted to announce that Rhian Locke, Principal Consultant is a finalist for the ‘Young Achiever’ category.

In its 11th year, Secbe continues to retain its reputation of recognising outstanding built environment companies and projects that deliver improvements and high level performance, attracting entries from the whole sector.

Rhian has continued to gain recognition for her work in Construction Environment Management (CEM), following her making the shortlist at the Women in Construction awards earlier this year.

Rhian’s career has covered a range of roles in industry leading organisations and consultancies over a period of 9 years. Her work has been mainly focused on implementing environmental and sustainable processes and behaviours. She is a chartered environmentalist and Full Member of IEMA and is an approved ISO 14001 Lead EMS Auditor as well as a STEM ambassador.

Prior to joining Temple, Rhian was the Environment Management System (EMS) and Performance Manager at Crossrail as well as undertaking environment advisor duties for the construction of Liverpool St Station.

At Temple, she has been responsible for developing the CEM service offering. Temple is taking an, innovative approach by using the latest technological monitoring solutions and bespoke services.

Rhian is a true inspiration in the way she conducts her core work and the extra initiatives she takes on and is a consistent advocate of green issues.

Temple is also pleased to announce that Jenny Stafford, Associate Director has joined the judging panel for another one of the awards – the Sustainability category, that Temple continues to be a proud sponsor for.