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Torridon recognised as finalists in two prestigious industry awards

We are delighted to announce that Torridon has been recognised as finalists in two recent prestigious industry awards. Our dedicated team’s hard work and commitment to excellence have been acknowledged by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and the National Building & Construction Awards (NBCA).


In the RICS Awards, Torridon was a finalist in the “Small Surveying Team of the Year” category. This award recognises teams that have demonstrated exceptional performance, innovation, and client satisfaction in the field of surveying, and covers firms across the whole UK and of all surveying disciplines. Being named a finalist in this category is a testament to our team’s unwavering dedication to delivering outstanding service and results to our clients.


In the NBCA Awards, Torridon was shortlisted for the “Quantity Surveyor of the Year” category. This accolade honors the best quantity surveying firms in the industry, highlighting their commitment to professionalism, innovation, and client satisfaction. Being nominated as a finalist for this award highlights our team’s expertise and passion for helping clients achieve their project goals with cost certainty and confidence.


Although we did not take home the top prize in these awards, we are incredibly proud of our achievements and grateful for the recognition. These nominations serve as a reminder of our commitment to excellence and continuous improvement, inspiring us to continue pushing the boundaries in our field.


We would like to take this opportunity to thank our clients for their continued trust and support. We also extend our appreciation to our incredible team, whose hard work and dedication have made these accomplishments possible.

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Torridon recognised as finalists in two prestigious industry awards

David Shaw

Director at Torridon | Chartered Quantity Surveyor

Cost consultancy expert specialising in commercial refurbishment and fit-out projects

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