The Royal Society of Arts (RSA House) was the big winner at caterer Harbour & Jones (H&J) second annual employee awards event.
More than 350 staff gathered at the O2 last week for the H&J Awards to celebrate the achievements of the past year.
RSA House picked up a hat trick of awards including site team of the year, the leadership award for general manager Katy Hadcroft, and sales person of the year for Nikki Hird, special events executive.
Meanwhile Pawel Taras, chef de partie - pastry at The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) was was a double winner on the night, being named young chef of the year as well as picking up the dish of the year award.
The awards were launched last year to celebrate the company's 10th year in business.
Co-founder Patrick Harbour commented: "We're so incredibly proud of our teams for nominating each other and supporting the awards with such positivity and infectious excitement."
Full list of winners:
Rising Star Michal Jedrzejczak, chef manager, BDP
Customer Service Mads Nielsen, deputy catering manager, the Royal Society
Unsung Hero Emma Beney, assistant accountant, support team
Leadership Katy Hadcroft, general manager, RSA House
Young Chef of the Year
Sales Person of the Year Nikki Hird, special events executive, RSA House
Chef of the Year Leo Rodley, executive head chef, RIBA
Site Team of the Year RSA House
Outstanding contribution Andy Clark, XL Catlin
Values Award James Millard, sales support manager, support team
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