Winners of Excellence Awards revealed

The winners of the 12th Highways Magazine Excellence Awards were unveiled at a gala evening at the Lancaster London last night (14 October).

Hundreds of highways professionals turned out for the event, which was hosted by radio and TV presenter, Gaby Roslin.

Roads Minister Andrew Jones spoke at the event and talked about the government’s Road Investment Strategy.

 

Full list of winners:

 

Most Innovative Highway Authority Project/Scheme of the Year

Sponsored by: EM Highway Services (now part of the Kier Group)

Winner

A-one+ Integrated Highway Services & Highways England

Area 12 Biomass Harvesting

 

Site Safety Initiative Award

Sponsored by: Imtech (Platinum)

Winner

Eurovia

Conflict Resolution Training

 

Road Safety Scheme or Project of the Year

Sponsored by: Ennis Flint

Winner

City of London and J B Riney & Co Ltd

Holborn Circus Casualty Reduction Scheme

 

Award for Environmental Sustainability in the Highways Sector

Sponsored by: Total Bitumen

Winner

Hampshire County Council, Amey & Allasso Recycling

Developing the use of Hydraulically Bound Materials in Hampshire

 

Road Marking Project of the Year

Sponsored by: RSMA

Winner

Transport Scotland with Glasgow City Council, Glasgow 2014, Scotland Transerv & 3M

Temporary Road Marking on M74/M8 during the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow

 

IHE Team of the Year

Sponsored by: IHE & Stirling Lloyd

Winner

A-one+ Integrated Highway Services

A-one+ Ambassador Group

 

Highway Partnership Award

Sponsored by: WJ

Winner

Northamptonshire Highways – Northamptonshire County Council and KierWSP

Project SAINT and the journey to Northamptonshire Highways

 

Highway Industry Product of the Year

Sponsored by: Shell Bitumen (Platinum)

Winner

Tarmac

Ultilow

 

Highways Maintenance Efficiency Award
Sponsored by: Kier

Supported by the Highways Maintenance Efficiency Programme (HMEP)

Winner
Ringway Jacobs & Essex County Council
Essex County Council Strategic Highways Transformation

 

Major Project Award

Sponsored by: Tarmac

Winner

Skanska Balfour Beatty Joint Venture, Atkins & Highways England
M25 Later Upgrade Sections

 

Award for the best use of new technology in the Highways Industry.
Sponsored by: Crown International

Winner

Elgin, Cheshire East Council & Ringway Jacobs

Transforming Traffic Management at Cheshire East Council

 

Judges Special Merit Award
Sponsored by: MVIS

Winner

TRL, Highways England and the Road Workers’ Safety Forum

Eliminating road worker risks from crossing live carriageways

 

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