2015 Winners and Highly Commended

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Client of the Year sponsored by Morgan Sindall
Winner: Heathrow Airport Limited
 
Outstanding Customer Satisfaction sponsored by Artelia
Winner:  Mulalley & Co Ltd
 
Integration & Collaborative Working sponsored by Waterloo
Winner:  Procure 21+ Repeatable Rooms
 
Apprenticeship Initiative sponsored by CoTrain
Winner:  Faithorn Farrell Timms
 
Sustainability sponsored by Temple
Highly Commended:  9 Cambridge Avenue, Slough
Winner:  The Big Parks Project, Lewes
 
Innovation sponsored by Sika
Winner:  UtterBerry Wireless Sensor Devices       
 
Health & Safety sponsored by APS & CBH
Winner: Dust Mitigation Project
 
Leadership & People Development sponsored by Cheesmur
Highly Commended: Hampshire County Council Educational Opportunities
Winner: Evolution5 Limited
 
Achiever of the Year sponsored by Dovetail
Highly Commended:  Jacqueline O'Donovan
Winner: Nathan Jarman
 
SME of the Year sponsored by CIOB
Highly Commended: O'Donovan Waste Disposal
Winner: RISE Management Consulting
 
BIM Project of the Year sponsored by Clearbox
Highly Commended:  A5 - M1 Link Road
Winner:  Mayfield School
 
Project of the Year sponsored by Westfield
Winner:  Phase 1 Restoration of Bletchley Park
   

Client of the Year

Winner: Heathrow Airport Limited

Heathrow Airport Limited is an enlightened and visionary client.  Best value is driven by professional collaboration and managed through lean and progressive risked based controls which have resulted in a high trust environment and an empowered supply chain.  An active champion of Constructing Excellence, Heathrow has played a leading role in the progressive development of the UK construction industry and the way it does business. Read more                                     

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Outstanding Customer Satisfaction

Winner:  Mulalley & Co Ltd

Mulalley’s passion and commitment to a customer focused approach has been the most significant reason for year on year growth of +11%.  Setting targets that are high but achievable, employing and investing in the local workforce, and deploying lessons learned have been major contributors to their success. Working in occupied properties is always challenging, but by engaging with the client, residents, their own workforce and supply chain, Mulalley achieve customer satisfaction rates of 98%.   Read more                           

 

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Integration & Collaborative Working

Winner:  Procure 21+ Repeatable Rooms

Procure 21+ personifies collaborative working, with competitors working together for the client’s and mutual benefit.  Six principal supply chain partners have collaborated within the Procure 21+ framework to develop a series of “Repeatable Rooms” that offer best value to all healthcare providers.  Integrated teams including clinicians, patients, academics, managers and designers have created standardized room arrangements, from multi-bed bays to consultation rooms, that improve patient outcomes and reduce capital construction costs.   Read more                                                            

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Waterloo

Apprenticeship Initiative

Winner:  Faithorn Farrell Timms

Faithorn Farrell Timms has made a significant investment in time and money to provide a structured apprenticeship within a professional practice.  The company understands that its staff are its greatest asset and is committed to developing a sustainable workforce.  Its apprenticeship programme helps young people, the local community and definitely improves its success rate when it comes to public sector tenders.  For FFT, the social and commercial benefits of employing apprentices are substantial. Read more                                                            

 

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 CoTrain

Sustainability

Highly Commended:  9 Cambridge Avenue, Slough

The team working on 9 Cambridge Avenue demonstrated outstanding innovation when they decided to disassemble an existing 10 year old commercial building and re-erect it one mile away.  This is the first warehouse project in the UK where over 95% of the structure has been successfully re-used, saving 860 tonnes of CO2 .  The team delivered a viable, lettable building with significantly less embodied carbon, and constructed at lower cost than a new build. Read more

Winner:  The Big Parks Project, Lewes

The Big Parks Project demonstrates the value of long-term thinking and a practical, common sense approach to sustainability.  The £2.1 million community-led project is designed to educate and be enjoyed by all sections of the community.  A mix of highly visible renewable energy technology and durable low-maintenance construction materials were used in the refurbishment of a former derelict site.  It now provides a great focal point for the community and facilities for local business to thrive. Read more

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Temple

 

 

 

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Innovation

Winner:  UtterBerry Wireless Sensor Devices

UtterBerry wireless sensors will revolutionize civil engineering instrumentation and monitoring. A huge improvement on existing equipment they will make it easier to ensure structures are safe and stable.  Emerging technology has been harnessed to provide precise, dependable results, and wireless communications, to overcome most site challenges.  A sensor weighs just 15 grammes and is about the size of a TicTacs box.   UtterBerry devices collect, process and interpret measurements in real time and use artificial intelligence to predict future events. Read more

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Health & Safety

Winner: Dust Mitigation Project

Lovell work with the Engineering Education Scheme and local schools to give young people a better understanding of construction. They set students specific engineering challenges - adapting the broom to improve site Health & Safety was one of them.  Students came up with a cost effective redesign, using a controlled water mist to significantly reduce dust generation. Exposure to dust in the workplace causes around 4000 deaths per year, so this innovation could have a significant impact on the health of construction workers. Read more                               

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Leadership & People Development

Highly Commended: Hampshire County Council Educational Opportunities

Reading Borough Council and Hampshire County Council, in partnership with Galliford Try and Balfour Beatty worked together to optimise their schools programme.  They wanted to improve the educational experience of pupils, highlight construction career opportunities and bring benefits to local residents.  A great output of this collaboration has been the creation of a universal ‘educational opportunities’ toolkit that defines a common process to facilitate engagement with schools for the duration of construction activity.  Read more


Winner: Evolution5 Limited

Evolution5 pride themselves on a highly trained, experienced and skilled workforce.  Their company ethos - based on value, transparency, certainty, commitment and integrity – provides focused leadership.  The whole team actively participates in driving continuous improvement, resulting in year on year growth and profits for reinvestment into their staff and business. They consistently go above and beyond to encourage more young people into the industry and to exert positive influence on the communities they work in and the people they work with. Read more

 

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Cheesmur

Achiever of the Year

Highly Commended:  Jacqueline O'Donovan

Jacqueline’s passion for her industry is both obvious and infectious.  She took over the family firm at a very young age, and has demonstrated resilience, innovation and commercial acumen.  Jacqueline’s passion and drive for improvement has made her a beacon for change - driving improvements in Health & Safety, training and sustainability.   So not only has she led her own company to success, but Jacqueline has been instrumental in transforming the waste management sector across London. Read more

Winner: Nathan Jarman

Nathan is inspirational and has already produced remarkable results in his short career.  His proudest work to date is the development of a ‘Routemap’ for use in the planning of infrastructure projects - fast becoming the UK standard for public projects, and used abroad.  His efforts to change industry behaviour are unrelenting, sitting on boards of industry groups and Government bodies, and he still finds time to mentor younger colleagues to ensure the industry’s future leaders are as passionate about driving change as he is. Read more

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SME of the Year

Highly Commended: O'Donovan Waste Disposal

O’Donovan has grown into one of London’s leading waste management companies, specialising in construction and demolition waste. Process improvement and new ways of working have increased sales over the last five years by more than 120%.  Investment in training, the very latest safety equipment and its work with bodies such as Transport for London, gives customers the peace of mind that O’Donovan uses the very best practice to deliver the very best service. Read more

Winner: RISE Management Consulting

RISE was founded just three years ago.  Their one goal - to be the best strategic management consultancy in the construction industry.  RISE projects are delivered through an integrated project team and focus on whole-life value.  They systematically eliminate all forms of waste and incentivise the entire project team to excel, deliberately frontloading time and investment to get a project right from the start. Read more

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BIM Project of the Year

Highly Commended:  A5 - M1 Link Road

The A5 – M1 Link Road pushed the boundaries of BIM by integrating temporary works, project constraints and traffic management as active elements of the BIM model.   The project team had to develop digital processes to define and manage data for commercial management, BIM competence and the transfer of asset information.  With supply chain engaged and virtual project created, the team is well on the way to delivering the first ever project to link a new junction with an existing smart motorway. Read more

Winner:  Mayfield School

Mayfield School clearly demonstrates that level 2 BIM intentions are achieveable.  The use of all elements of BIM, and the integration between the client and other team members early in the process, delivered a truly effective project.  The construction period was shortened by 6 months through a combination of build methodology, faster procurement process, scheduling and coordination.  And the off-site manufactured elements were produced directly from the federated model. BIM is a powerful tool to help local authorities meet urgent demand for new school places. Read more

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Clearbox

Project of the Year

Winner:  Phase 1 Restoration of Bletchley Park

The Bletchley Park project demonstrates a great multidisciplinary team effort.  Collaboration was at the heart of its success, from effective engagement of a wide range of stakeholders and specialists - to raising funds.  Underpinned by an excellent procurement strategy, an innovative pain/gain approach gave cost and programme certainty to the client.  The team harmoniously restored the site to its 1940’s appearance by applying a range of conservation and innovative techniques.  Sympathetic integration of modern services and technologies has created a visitor experience that adds social and economic benefits to the local community.

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Westfield

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