This year, the CIHT Awards will be presented in a new and different way. Never more than now, has there been a reason to celebrate who we are, and how we will safeguard the future of our industry. For this reason, CIHT has developed a programme of digital initiatives, designed to share knowledge from all those companies that have been shortlisted, through to the announcements of the winners.
This award recognises those that have shown dedication to working in collaboration with other teams, organisations and/or sectors to deliver real solutions.
This award recognises employers that have made an outstanding effort in engaging with their employees.
This award is aimed at celebrating the achievements of teams working within organisations in the Highways and Transportation sector.
This award recognises innovation in the industry, this could be in terms of research, technology, products, processes and services that have impacted the organisation, company or industry positively.
This award recognises exceptional engineering solutions in the highways and transportation sector that have delivered creative and resilient solutions.
The Road Safety Award, in memory of John Smart, recognises outstanding achievements which improve road user safety through excellent practice, design and technical application.
This award recognises outstanding examples of highways and transportation infrastructure or services from outside the UK and Ireland.
This award recognises projects or strategies by the highways and transportation industry that demonstrate a contribution to sustainable working practices, address climate change and creates environmental benefits with a global or local impact.
This award recognises the contribution of transport to the health of the population.
This award recognises how outstanding design and implementation of schemes in towns and cities improve the places around them.
This award recognises the value of transport planning in achieving positive outcomes for the benefit of the public, in creating new communities or on reducing the adverse impact of transport on communities.
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