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CIHT Awards Supplement 2016
The CIHT Board of Trustees are delighted to select Graham Dalton as the winner of this year’s Institution Award, for his leadership at the Highways Agency and work in transforming the Agency into Highways England.
The project, the first of its kind in Jersey, aimed to reduce community severance created by two parallel distributor roads that run through the rural village of St Mary. The roads are narrow and had few facilities for pedestrians. During the initial consultation, the community reported a reluctance to walk to and between the village facilities (school, shop, community centre and churches) due to the intimidating speed and volume of through traffic.
Sheriffhall is a six arm, spiral-marked roundabout, forming a junction of the Edinburgh City Bypass, with an important regional route and a key local route. Statistics show over the past ten years, that Sheriffhall has had the highest number of collisions of any roundabout on the Scottish Trunk Road Network.
The A465 Heads of the Valleys trunk road provides a strategically important link between the Midlands and southwest Wales. The Heads of the Valleys region suffers from long-standing high unemployment, unfavourable image and limited transport infrastructure. The investment in the A465 was identified by Welsh Government as a key opportunity to support regeneration.
The Fishergate Central Gateway project (FCG) is part of a major city centre transformation scheme, creating a high quality public realm gateway in the centre of Preston.
Chevron has succeeded in implementing arange of diverse employment and training strategies to improve their workforce’s core skills, whilst demonstrating aligned benefits to society and reducing unemployment; building a long-term trained workforce for Chevron’s business, as well as the highways industry.