Liberty Industrial’s Founding Director has been nominated a Finalist in the prestigious CEO Magazine Executive of the Year Awards
Clinton Dick, Founding Director of Liberty Industrial has been announced as a Finalist in the Building & Construction Executive of the Year category for the CEO Magazine’s Executive of the Year Awards.
Australia’s most prestigious business awards, the CEO Magazine’s annual Executive of the Year Awards celebrate Australia’s leading executives and the contributions they have made to their companies.
Clinton has been shortlisted for the Building & Construction Executive of the Year Award, an award recognising the achievements of senior executives in the Building and Construction industries.
Building & Construction Executive of the Year Award finalists were judged on their achievements and initiatives like their approach to sustainability, organisational continuity in the event of an economic downturn in the construction sector, initiatives they have established and their vision for the future of the company.
One of four finalists to make the cut, Clinton is a stand out candidate amongst his competitors in contrast to his fellow category finalists who work in the residential building industry.
Clinton founded leading deconstruction and remediation contracting business, Liberty Industrial, in 2008. His leadership and expertise has been critical to the growth and direction of the award winning contracting business known for its ability to safely and sustainably deliver large and complex deconstruction and remediation projects.
Clinton said he was pleased to be nominated as a finalist. “It’s a great honour to be selected as a finalist for the Building & Construction Executive of the Year Award, especially amongst such professional and experienced senior executives.
Winners will be announced at the 2016 CEO Magazine Award’s night held at the Four Points by Sheraton at Darling Harbour on the 24th of November.