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Aviemore's McGowan Engineering looks for sheer success at SHIREs Awards


By Calum MacLeod

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The McGowans team, based on Dalfaber Industrial Estate, are hoping to be named winners at this week's SHIREs Awards.
The McGowans team, based on Dalfaber Industrial Estate, are hoping to be named winners at this week's SHIREs Awards.

Aviemore firm McGowan Environmental Engineering is hoping to bring a major award back to the Strath after being shortlisted for the rural natural capital title at the Scottish Highlands & Islands Rural Economy (SHIREs) Awards.

However. the family owned firm, which was founded in 2009 and specialises in working in sensitive and remote enviroments across the UK and Ireland, will have some local competition with Cairngorms National Park Authority also on the shortlist for the same category, which is sponsored by SSE Renewables.

Also in contention are Inverness firm Caledonian Climate and Black Isle-based Peter Graham & Associates.

Marketing manager Rory Black said: "Really looking forward to the SHIREs virtual awards ceremony. Good luck to our fellow nominees Peter Graham & Associates LLP, Cairngorms National Park Authority, Caledonian Climate and everyone else shortlisted."

The SHIREs Awards, which are organised by law firm Harper Macleod LLP and delivered by Highland News & Media, will take place online tomorrow, Thursday, November 18, from 6pm.


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