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2021 Highways Awards finalists revealed

07/09/2021

The Highways Awards are back, live and in person, and the 2021 final shortlist is in.

Highways Awards deadline extended

09/07/2021

The deadline to enter the Highways Awards, which takes place in person on 20 October at the Royal Lancaster London, has been extended until 5pm on Friday 16 July.

Highways Award dedicated to Steve Berry OBE

15/04/2021

The top awards ceremony in the highways sector will have a category permanently dedicated to the late Steve Berry OBE, as a testimony to his lasting impact and legacy.

Highways Awards Winners revealed

29/01/2021

The first ever virtual Highways Awards on 28 January was a major success with a record audience, great humour from host Colin Murray and a huge buzz on social media.

Highways Awards 2020 virtual seat booking now open

08/01/2021

The Highways Awards gala dinner on Thursday 28 January will now take place virtually.

Highways Awards finalists revealed!

08/10/2020

It was fantastic to see a record number of entries this year, and perhaps now more than ever your work deserves to be celebrated.

Keeping the Awards show on the road

08/07/2020

The Highways Awards 2020 – one of the biggest nights in the sector’s calendar – has been postponed until January but is still planned to take place as a full-scale live event at the Royal Lancaster Hotel.

Deadline extended for Highways Awards entries

04/06/2020

In such challenging times, we have been overwhelmed by the response we have had for the 2020 Awards. However a number of you have been in touch requesting more submission time so...

Awards judging panel ready for your entries

22/05/2020

There is now just a fortnight to go until free online entry closes on Friday 5 June for this year’s Highways Awards taking place at a gala dinner scheduled for 13 October 2020 at the Royal Lancaster London.

NWSRG releases planning chapter of winter guidance

21/05/2020

The National Winter Service Research Group (NWSRG) has announced a major milestone in the development of new national winter service guidance, with the publication of the planning section.

Mental health support: Q&A with Mind

27/04/2020

Highways has teamed up with the UK's leading mental health charity Mind to provide support and guidance in these difficult times and to celebrate the work done by infrastructure companies to help their workforces.

Highways Awards: Why we should celebrate

04/10/2019

Since the Romans put us on the straight and not-so-narrow road, the UK has become a world leader in highways innovation and is now setting new standards in automation, digitisation and artificial intelligence.

Book your place at the Highways Awards

13/09/2019

Table booking for the Highways Awards on 9 October at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London is now open, and with demand higher than ever this year you should book now, not later.

2019 Highways Awards finalists revealed

14/08/2019

With so many categories receiving a record number of entries our team of expert judges certainly had their work cut out this year.

A look back at 2018's Highways Awards winners

13/06/2019

With entry now open for the 2019 Highways Awards, we look back at last year's impressive roll call of winning projects and people.

Highways Awards: Seize the moment

13/06/2019

Highways editor Dominic Browne reflects on our annual awards ceremony and why the sector needs and deserves to celebrate its amazing work.

Big Interview: Rising to the Top

13/06/2019

Dominic Browne talks to Jonathan Pearson, president of the Institute of Highway Engineers and Chief Judge for this year's Highways Awards, about training, breaking down barriers and providing a personal touch to career development.

Highways Awards: Meet the judges

13/06/2019

Entries for this year's Highways Awards will once again be judged by our distinguished panel of experts, who will use their knowledge and extensive experience to reward innovation, hard work and best practice across the sector.

Highways Awards on The One Show

06/12/2018

Stars of the highways sector have become stars of the small screen as well, with a featured appearance on the BBC's The One Show.

Highways Awards 2018 - winners revealed!

18/10/2018

Thirteen winners, from organisations across the UK, received their awards from former Formula 1 McLaren pit crew mechanic and motivational speaker, Marc Priestley - along with representatives from each of our category sponsors.

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