Triumph at RICS awards
We have recently had a winning streak of successes at the RICS regional awards. Seven projects we supported, from around the different RICS regions, have been selected for the RICS grand final awards to be held in London 16 October 2015.
Project awards going through to the grand final are:
- Glasgow School of Art, design through innovation (Scotland RICS Awards)
- Clyde Gateway, infrastructure category (Scotland RICS Awards)
- Terminal 2 - The Queen's Terminal, Heathrow Airport, infrastructure project of the year (London RICS Awards)
- Brent Civic Centre, Wembley, design through innovation project of the year (London RICS Awards)
- Birmingham Airport Runway extension, infrastructure project of the year (West Midlands RICS Awards)
- Environment Agency Morpeth Flood Alleviation Scheme, Northumberland, infrastructure project of the year (North East RICS Awards)
- Northern Ireland’s Clay lake Water Treatment Works, infrastructure project of the year (Northern Ireland RICS Awards)
Further wins and commended projects were:
- Battle of Bannockburn Project, Stirling; tourism and leisure category (Scotland RICS Awards)
- Hexham Abbey, Northumberland; tourism and leisure category (North East RICS Awards)
- Northumbrian Water Accelerated Flooding programme; highly commended infrastructure award (North East RICS Awards)
- Romax Technology Centre, University of Nottingham, highly commended commercial project (East Midlands RICS Awards).
Jon White, UK MD said:
“We are delighted to see so many of our clients' projects being recognised by RICS and winning awards across the UK and across sectors. The awards are reflective of the hard work and dedication displayed by our teams and their commitment to making the difference to our clients”.
In addition, the Northumberland Water Accelerated Flooding Programme also won the Integration & Collaborative Working Award at the Constructing Excellence North East Awards dinner (CENE). National Biologics Manufacturing Centre (NBMC) Project, Sir Peter Vardy Enterprise Centre at Thornbeck College, Morpeth Flooding Alleviation Scheme and Hexham Abbey all picked up awards on the night at these awards.
In Northern Ireland Healy Kelly Turner & Townsend has been shortlisted for the Irish Construction Industry Awards 2015 awards.