Outstanding Achievement Awards 2013
CEEQUAL hosted its second Outstanding Achievement Awards on 11 March 2013 at the Institution of Civil Engineers, One Great George Street, London. From a total of 45 applications, 15 projects and contracts received awards – a diverse group of projects and contracts chosen by the judges for their demonstration of genuine excellence.
In addition to the OAAs, the judging panel also awarded the Eric Hughes Award for ‘Outstanding Contribution to Improving Sustainability in Civil Engineering‘. This award was created in recognition of the contribution to CEEQUAL by its second Chairman, Eric Hughes. The first recipients were jointly the London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games (LOGOC) and the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) in recognition of their outstanding achievements at the Olympic Park, London.
CEEQUAL also celebrated at the event its 10th Anniversary since the start of operations, and remains the longest running assessment, rating and awards scheme of its kind.
- M25 Widening J16-23 & J27-30 & Hatfield Tunnel Refurbishment – Project management and Land Use
- London South Area Highway Maintenance – Contract management
- Olympic Park: Parklands & Public Realm – Landscape
- Farringdon Station Redevelopment – Ecology and Biodiversity
- Bickershaw South Infrastructure – Flood Risk
- A470 Cwmbach to Newbridge-on-Wye – Site Water Management
- Blackfriars Bridge and Station Refurbishment – Energy & Carbon
- M74 Completion Project – Material Use
- A46 Newark to Widmerpool – Waste Management
- Project Shackleton – Falkland Islands Runway Resurfacing Project – Transport
- Glencorse Water Treatment Works – Relations with the Local community & Other Stakeholders
Eric Hughes Award
- London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games (LOGOC) and the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA)
- A46 Newark to Widmerpool – Project management
- Åkvarteren, Lomma Hamn – Land use
- A487 Porthmadog Minfordd & Tremadog Bypass – Ecology and Biodiversity
- White Cart Flood Prevention Scheme – Ecology and Biodiversity and Relations with the Local community & Other Stakeholders
- Farringdon Station Redevelopment – The Historic Environment
- Olympic Park: Parklands and Public Realm – Water Resources & the Water Environment
- Olympic Park: Structures, Bridges and Highways – Energy & carbon
- M25 Widening J16-23 & J27-30 & Hatfield Tunnel Refurbishment – Material Use
- Project Shackleton – Falkland Islands Runway Resurfacing Project – Material Use
The CEEQUAL Outstanding Achievement Awards 2013 were sponsored by Lafarge Tarmac.