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MFS are hugely proud to announce that Darren Derrick is the Golden Scoop of the year 2014, Darren has been given this award for his contribution to the Crest Nicholson Bath Regeneration Project. Darren has previously shared the award with his twin brother back in 2009, but this year it is just for him.
Congratulations to Darren for all of his hard work and we hope for more of the same this coming year.
Kevin Chittenden Lights up The ‘Golden Scoop’ 2013
We are pleased to award electrician Kevin Chittenden as our Golden Scoop winner for 2013. Kevin who works for Marc Carney & Co Electrical + Solar (who also won the coveted supplier of the year 2013) did the whole electrical and solar + MVHR installation on our Oyster Reach project.
Well done Kevin (and Elliot) even the lights work!
Andy Jones is ‘Golden Scoop’ for 2012
Andy Jones has been awarded the top prize of Golden Scoop for 2012.
Andy’s input into our development at Station Road this year has been exceptional.
Chris Sullivan takes the ‘Golden Scoop’ for 2011
Chris Sullivan was awarded the Golden Scoop winner for the 1st time.
Chris accepted the award with grace and we are sure regularly reminds his colleagues of the achievement.
He has been an valuable member of the team since joining us in 2011 and has worked on several sites this year including Longfield and Hawkhurst.
The picture to the right show’s Chris proudly accepting his Golden Scoop at our presentation evening in December 2011.
Matt Smith crowned ‘Golden Scoop’ of 2010
Matt Smith has seen off stiff opposition to scoop up the title of Golden Scoop for the 2nd time in 5 years, the first person to regain the prestigious title.
Matt was first crowned Golden Scoop back in 2006.
He has been an invaluable member of the team since 2006 and has worked on all sites this year and was key to our success of the Addlestone site we carried out for Wates Living Space earlier this year.
The picture to the left show’s Matt with his 2nd Golden Scoop at our presentation evening in December 2010.
The Twins win the Golden Scoop Award for 2009.
Identical twins Dean and Darren Derrick have won our Golden Scoop Award for 2009. It was difficult to pick a winner nor tell them apart so a special; twin scoop was procured and the twins, our very own Jedward, scooped up the title.
Dean and Darren have worked on all of our sites this year, the most memorable being the Gidea Park contract at Romford in Essex where they built a 5 bed room house in Thin Joint in 8 days!
The picture show’s Dean and Darren with the Special Twin Golden Scoop at our presentation evening in December 2009
Matt Twelvetrees wins Golden Scoop Award for 2008
Our award of Golden Scoop of 2008 goes for the 1st time to a carpenter within our team, well done to Matt Twelvetrees.
Matt along with fellow work mates Gavin Fox and Malcolm Westcott have worked throughout this year on our main contract at Westbourne, and also on our sites Gravesend, Bridge and Merstham, carrying out the roof constructions.
2009 looks a challenging year for us all, so will a blocklayer manage to regain the Scoop back from the carpenters?
The picture show’s Matt with the Golden Scoop at our presentation evening in December 2008.
Damien Derrick wins Golden Scoop Award for 2007
The prestigious award of Golden Scoop 2007 has this year been awarded to Damien Derrick, aka Dump.
Damien joined MFS during the middle of 2007 and has been a major contributor to the success of many of our recent jobs, in particular the site at Bethnal Green.
Well done Dump we all hope that in 2008 we will be more like Ants than usual, (Damien can explain)
The picture show’s Damien with the Golden Scoop at our presentation evening in December 2007.
Matt Smith wins Golden Scoop Award for 2006
We are pleased to announce that the Golden Scoop Award for 2006 has been awarded to Matt Smith. The award is given in recognition of Matthew’s personnel efforts over the past year. Thank you Matt for all your hard work and we hope you will achieve the same success in 2007.
The picture show’s Matt with the Golden Scoop, at our presentation evening in December 2006.