Exceptional Achievement Awards 2019

The CEEQUAL Exceptional Achievement Awards recognise projects that demonstrate pinnacle best-practice performance in a particular aspect of their CEEQUAL assessment. These unique awards highlight the very best performance being achieved by civil engineering project teams, irrespective of their total CEEQUAL score or award.

Thank you to everybody who attended the CEEQUAL Awards 2019 and made it such a special occasion. Well done to every project which made this years Shortlist the most competitive yet. The winners are listed below and in our Awards brochure which also lists all those highly commended.

Winners List

Strategy & Management

Colwn Bay Waterfront Project Phase 2

Effects on Neighbours

London Bridge Station Redevelopment (Main Station)

Community & Stakeholder Relations

Tye

Community & Stakeholder Relations

Ainsdale Station

Landscape

Colwyn Bay Waterfront Project Phase 2

Restoration of Contaminated Land

Avenue Remediation and Landscaping Scheme

Restoration of Contaminated Land

St. Erth Multi Modal Hub

Ecology & Biodiversity

A5758 Broom’s Cross Raod (Thornton to Switch Island Link)

Historic Environment

London Bridge Station Redevelopment (Main Station)

Water Environment & Resources

Doha South Sewage Infrastructure Project – Main Trunk Sewer (MTS)

Water Environment & Resources

Stafford Area Improvements – Norton Bridge Grade Separation

Energy & Carbon

London Power Tunnels, London’s 32 Km electricity superhighway

Material & Waste Management

London Power Tunnels, London’s 32 Km electricity superhighway

Director’s Corporate Award

High Speed Two Ltd.

Director’s Individual Award

Helen Woolston, Transport for London

Eric Hughes Award

Thameslink Programme

Photos from the event

                                       

                                       

                                       

The full gallery of images taken during the evening can be viewed in our Flickr Album – CEEQUAL Awards 2019.

Supporting Organisations

Formerly OAAS

Due to the introduction of the new Outstanding rating within Version 6, it is necessary to re-brand our Outstanding Achievement Awards to Exceptional Achievement Awards. This is purely a renaming/rebranding, it does not change any of the rules or technical scope for the awards.