Awards Winners Area 3 Suppy Chain Community

CIHT Awards 2011

The CIHT Awards are a celebration of the highways and transportation industry, it is an opportunity to reward the remarkable achievements of those working in the sector and to promote this professionalism and best practice to a wider industry audience.

The CIHT Awards 2011 took place on 15 June at the prestigious Honourable Artillery Company. Speaker Lieutenant Colonel Andy N Szabo, Commanding Officer of 62 Works Group RE hosted the evening and guests were treated to a delicious three course dinner before the awards were announced. A collection at the event for Engineers Against Poverty also raised over £1500.

A list of the winners and shortlisted entries is available below.

Or for full details on each of the the winning and shortlisted entries please download the CIHT Awards 2011 Brochure

CIHT would like to thank all those who participated in the event, including our sponsors for their generosity and the HAC for their hospitality, and also the many organisations who submitted an excellent array of entries!

Photographs from the event are available in the CIHT Awards Gallery


CIHT Awards 2011 - Winners!


Young Transportation Professional of the Year Award
Hayley McDonnell
Traffic Technician, Traffic Management, Transporation - Liverpool City Council
CIHT North Western Branch Member

 

The CIHT/HTMA Health & Safety at Work Award
Winner
‘Intelligent Trench’
Bentley Systems, Infotec, 3M and Trac-Id

Highly Commended
‘High Visibility Blue Cones for Overhead Obstructions’
LaFarge Aggregates Limited

Commended
‘Look up, Look out’
Aone+ Integrated Highways Services

 

The CIHT/Colas Award for Technological Application
Winner
‘Lorry Proximity Sensors’
Eurovia Roadstone

Highly Commended
‘The Glasdon Rebound Signmaster Range’
Glasdon UK Ltd

Commended
‘Mobile End to End Solutions’
Somerset Highways



The CIHT/Ringway Award for Innovation
Winner
Barclays Cycle Hire
Serco and TfL

Highly Commended
‘The Magic Bus Stop’
AZO Consulting Ltd

Commended

‘Service Information Centre’
Ringway Jacobs and Transport for Buckinghamshire


 

The CIHT/Mott Macdonald Award for Sustainability
Winner

‘Saving through Environmental Innovations’
MGWSP and Northamptonshire County Council

Highly Commended
‘Church Village Bypass’
Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council and Costain Ltd

Commended
‘Mobile Surface Dressing Washing System’
SE Davis & Son Ltd


 

The CIHT/Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) Security in the Public Realm Award
Winner

‘The Streetscape Project, The Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh’
The Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body, D.J. Goode & Associates Ltd. And Leeboyd Architects

Highly Commended
Queen Street Gateways Public Realm Enhancement Scheme
Cardiff Council and South Wales Police

Commended
‘National Memorial Arboretum, Staffordshire’
National Memorial Arboretum, Lichfield District Council and Staffordshire Police

Commended
‘Hostile Vehicle Mitigation – Bluewater’
MFD Group

 

The CIHT/Costain Award for Effective Partnerships
Winner
‘Area 3 Supply Chain Community’
Company:  Area 3 Supply Chain Community

Highly Commended
 ‘Highway Virtual Joint Venture’
Organisation Name: Staffordshire County Council and Enterprise plc

Commended
‘A34 Alderley Edge and Nether Alderley Bypass’
Company: Cheshire East Council, Birse Civils and Atkins

 

The CIHT Road Safety Award
Winner
‘MAST Online’
Road Safety Analysis

Highly Commended
‘Rural Roads Initiative’
South Lanarkshire Council, Strathclyde Partnership for Transport, Strathclyde Fire and Rescue and South Lanarkshire Community Safety Partnership

Commended
‘Lorry Proximity Sensors’
Eurovia Roadstone

 

The CIHT Streets Award
Winner
‘Hamilton Road, Felixstowe – Shared Space Scheme’
Suffolk County Council

Highly Commended
‘Southwark Council - Reclaiming the Streets, Salisbury Row: the people’s project’
Southwark Council in partnership with Mouchel

Commended
‘Letchworth Garden City Streetscene Improvements’
Ove Arup & Partners Ltd, LDA Design, Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation (LGCHF), Skanska – Infrastructure Services, The Fountain Workshop and Sutton Vane Associates



The CIHT Major Projects Award
Winner
‘Stonecutters Bridge, Hong Kong’
Arup & Highways Department of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

Highly Commended
‘Church Village Bypass’
Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council and Costain Ltd

Commended
‘A830 Arisaig to Loch nan Uamh Improvement’     
Transport Scotland , The Highland Council TEC Services, Morrison Construction and Grontmij

Commended
Cudworth and West Green Bypass
Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council and VHE Construction plc

 

If you require more information please contact:
e: awards@ciht.org.uk
t: 0207 336 1563