Surveyors Cup Teams Confirmed

The excitement is building with all teams now confirmed for the Surveyors Cup at the Powerleague, Fairlop on 30th June.

We are all very excited at Downwell for when June 30th comes and the Surveyors Cup 2017 kicks off. It looks to be a great tournament with 26 confirmed teams taking part.

The Tournament is in its 3rd year. The teams taking part are:

  • CS2 Chartered Surveyors
  • Stace LLP London
  • Stace LLP Epping (Runners up for last two years)
  • Galliard Construction
  • Reef Estates
  • Crest Nicholson
  • Halstead Associates
  • Philip Rank Partnership
  • Quinn London (who are looking to retain their title from the Euros version 2017)
  • Naismiths Construction
  • Potter Raper Partnership
  • Countryside
  • Ridge & Partners LLP
  • Calfordseadon (Winners 2015)
  • Paragon Building and Project Consultants
  • Currie & Brown
  • NPS Group, Chingford
  • Murphy Ground Engineering
  • Fairview
  • RPS Group
  • Riley Consulting
  • Gleeds
  • Barker Associates
  • Quadrant Construction
  • Kier
  • Downwell Group

and our very own Downwell Team of course

All the teams taking part are donating £50.00 to our chosen charity https://www.justgiving.com/
fundraising/fornannyandbobby

The competition is growing year by year. It gives Downwell Demolition and Enabling Services a great opportunity to promote ourselves as a company to leading companies in the construction industry. It also gives those taking part to network with each other.

If there are any more teams interested email alan.knight@downwell.co.uk and we will be put you on the substitutes bench in case any of the confirmed teams have to withdraw.

Surveyors Cup

 

 

 

25 Teams are confirmed for the kick off on 30th June

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