The CIHT Cymru Wales celebrate the very best the region offers across the key areas of highways and transportation. They are open to everyone: members and non-members; small and large organisations; public, private and third sector. The Awards recognise the outstanding contribution that good projects and people make to our daily lives.
The closing date for submissions is 17:00, Friday 24th September 2022. Winners of the Cymru Wales Awards will be announced at the Annual Awards Dinner which will take place on Friday 18th November 2022 at The Kinmel, Abergele, LL22 9AS.
The judges will be looking to identify and to recognise studies and projects that will help deliver the seven goals of the Welsh Government’s Wellbeing of Future Generations Act and that are consistent with the five ways of working associated with that Act.
The judges will consider if and how well these studies/projects will contribute to the Welsh Government’s targets for decarbonisation and for modal shift (from the private car to sustainable transport and active travel). They will take into account the study’s/project’s concept, design, construction, operation and use. Safety, economics and the environment will also be taken into account.
This is the list of awards and accompanying guidelines with respective entry forms. Submissions should be made electronically using the email address email@example.com. The closing date for submissions is 17:00, Friday 24th September 2022.
This Award is aimed at projects which are outstanding examples of transportation projects that demonstrate a contribution to the mobility of the community in Cymru Wales region greater than £250k construction value or have a significant research/policy impact or a study that influences the transportation discipline at a strategic level to deliver the values discussed in the guidelines introduction document.
This Award is aimed at projects less than £250k which are outstanding examples of transportation projects that demonstrate a contribution to the mobility of the community in Cymru Wales region.
This Award recognises projects, products, policy initiatives or strategies delivered by the highways and transportation industry that can demonstrate a contribution to sustainable working and living in the region.
This Award recognises projects and policy initiatives or strategies that have contributed to casualty reduction and improved safety for all transport users, including pedestrians, and/or transport workers. Its aim is to identify, share and celebrate good practice.
This award is for any project outside of the Cymru Wales region or internationally that has its foundations in a company/organisation in the Cymru Wales region. It is to demonstrate how the skills and professionalism in the Transportation sector are of world class standard. The applicant must be able to demonstrate and evidence that 80% of the team working on the project are located in the Cymru Wales Region.
This award is to individuals who will provide a 2,000 word essay with photographs to demonstrate how they have personally contributed to and influenced projects that live the principles of the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act. The submission should include evidence of how the individual contributes to the Carbon Net Zero and Sustainability challenges of today.