Topic Projects, Awards, Sustainability
Date 23 Nov 2020
Galliford Try’s Highways business has had two projects recognised by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) at their virtual awards for the West Midlands region.
The Rugby Radio Link Road project was given the Sustainability award, with the ICE judges particularly highlighting its commitment to energy saving and use of green technologies.
Meanwhile, the A444 Coton Arches projects was named as winner of the Medium Project of the Year award, for its involvement with local supply chain and health and safety approach, as well as receiving a Highly Commended in the Communications award for its community engagement on the scheme.
The success follows on from the ICE South West awards in September, where the M49 project was a winner of the Collaboration award.
Duncan Elliott, Managing Director of Galliford Try Highways, commented: “These awards are a fantastic boost for our business and a deserved recognition of the efforts our teams on site make in not only delivering quality projects but also ensuring we maximise the social value throughout the process. I congratulate all those involved on their success.”