Nearly 900 people attended the awards ceremony, which was run in association with Horticulture Week. This year was the first of a three-year deal that sees Green-tech as the prestigious headline sponsor.
As well as being lead sponsor Green-tech also sponsored two categories – Soft Landscaping Construction (non-domestic) Construction cost over £1.5 million, which saw Willerby Landscapes winning the Principal Award, and the highest accoldade, the Grand Award, won by Frosts Landscape Construction. Green-tech themselves were a winner of the Employer of the Year category.
Chairman Richard Kay commented: "It's a real privilege for Green-tech to be involved in the most prestigious event on the landscaping calendar. BALI and Horticulture Week do a fabulous job organising it and we are delighted to be able to support them in a headline sponsor capacity.
"The awards are a perfect platform to unearth and recognise the talent that exists in our industry, as well as providing an excellent opportunity to catch up with contacts, old and new."