Highways Awards shortlist announced

31/08/2017
Highways Reporters

The shortlist for this year’s Highways Awards (formerly Highways Magazine Excellence Awards) has been announced, ahead of the ceremony on Wednesday 18 October.


Winners will be revealed at a gala evening at the Lancaster London hosted by peripatetic presenter of ITV’s recent Britain’s Best Walks and Best Walks with a View travelogues, Julia Bradbury.



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Julia Bradbury



The shortlist is as follows:


Most Innovative Highway Authority Scheme of the Year


Sponsored by Tripod Crest


Kier


M6 North East Spur & Rushall Canal Bridges Re-waterproofing Scheme


London Borough of Waltham Forest


Enjoy Waltham Forest


Kier Services


S-Skills


Bristol City Council and Alun Griffiths (Contractors) Ltd


South Bristol Link


Site Safety Initiative Award


Platinum sponsorship Dynniq


Tarmac


Tarmac’s 5+2 People and Plant Segregation


Balfour Beatty VINCI


(A)live on Site – An Original Safety Awareness Training


Jackson Civil Engineering


Hazard Awareness Videos


WJ Group


WJ Guardian Road Stud Installation System


Road Safety Scheme of the Year


Sponsored by Keysoft Solutions


Scotland TranServ


Annual Moving Cursor Programme


KierWSP


CarKraft Driver Improvement Scheme


Award for Environmental Sustainability in the Highways Sector


Platinum sponsorship Total Bitumen


Amey


Stafford Western Access Route – Flood Compensation Works


Morgan Sindall


A1L2B


R&W Civil Engineering


The R&W Way


IKO


IKO Permatrack and the Carbon Offsetting Project


GRAHAM Construction


Metrobus Contract D


Road Marking Project of the Year


Sponsored by RSMA


WJ Group, Kier & Highways England


M55/M6 High Specification Road Marking Upgrade


Amey & Transport Scotland


Solar Stud Programme


Lancashire County Council


Bank Bridge


Major Project Award


Sponsored by Tarmac


Balfour Beatty VINCI


M5 Junctions 4a to 6 – Smart Motorway Programme


Aggregate Industries UK Ltd and Costain Ltd


A556 Knutsford to Bowdon Environmental Improvement


Morgan Sindall


A1L2B (Robotic Construction)


Skanska


M1 Junction 19


Highway Industry Product of the Year


Platinum sponsorship Shell Bitumen


Carillion, Kier, Jacobs, WSP Brinckerhoff, Freyssinet Ltd & Highways England


Cathodic Protection


Tensar


Spectra Pavement Optimisation System


A-one, Tarmac & Highways England


Ultigrip


Team of the Year


Platinum sponsorship MWay Comms


Kier


Suffolk Highways Surface Dressing Delivery Team


A-one+


One Team Approach


A14 Integrated Delivery Team


Procurement & Supply Chain Team


Kier


A38 Gravelly Hill Collaborative Delivery Team


Highway Partnership Award


Sponsored by WJ


Dorset County Council & Hanson UK


The Dorset Highways Strategic Partnership


West Sussex County Council & Balfour Beatty


Future West Sussex Plan


Suffolk County Council & Kier


Highway Services Contracts


Essex County Council & Ringway Jacobs


Essex Highways


Highways Maintenance Efficiency Award


Sponsored by Kier


West Sussex County Council & Balfour Beatty


West Sussex Highways


A-one+ & Highways England


Area 12 ASC Programme Delivery


Galliford Try


Urban Vision


Thurrock Council


Street Light Replacement


Award for the Best Use of New Technology in the Highways Industry


Platinum sponsorship MVIS


Gaist


Pothole-Spotter


Crown Highways


Fit2Go TPMS Systems


Tarmac


Morpeth Northern Bypass


Transport for London & Deloitte Digital


RODAT


Elgin & TomTom


Pro Real-Time Traffic


Apprentice of the Year


Sponsored by the IHE’s National Highway Engineering Academy


Tarmac  Richard Denman


Amey – Bradley Richardson


Lancashire County Council – Cameron Newsham


Judges Special Merit Award


Sponsored by: Archway Products Awarded to any of the above shortlisted entries.


To be announced on the night


The Official Charity Partner for the Highways Awards gala evening will be the Lighthouse Club.


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