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The annual ICE North West Civil Engineering Awards showcase the collective and individual achievements of civil engineers and civil engineering.
The winners will be revealed live on the night at our gala North West Civil Engineering Awards dinner, on Friday 10 March 2017 at the Hilton Hotel, Blackpool.
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Our 2016 award winners are listed below.
A £44 million redevelopment project that has vastly improved Manchester Victoria.
The work involved:
All of this was achieved while keeping the station operating for heavy and light rail.
Congratulations to Network Rail, Morgan Sindall and Arcadis.
The Ballure Bridge is a significant heritage feature on the Manx Electric Railway.
Originally built in 1899, the recent renovation project cost £1.4 million and used innovative techniques to pressure-mould large plastic sections from recycled material.
Congratulations to Isle of Man Transport, Burroughs Stewart Associates and Auldyn Construction.
The original Greystone Footbridge, known locally as the 'sausage bridge' carried a pedestrian footpath across the M62 Motorway in Knowsley.
The client’s brief for Greystone Footbridge required that the bridge meet all the functional requirements of a modern footbridge while at the same time providing a gateway presence marking the entrance to the city of Liverpool at a key location on the strategic highway network. Our judges were impressed with the results on both counts and in recognition of this, awarded the scheme Highly Commended.
Congratulations to Knowsley Council, Mouchel and Eric Wright Civil Engineering.
The objective of the project was to re‐open a disused underpass, which had been closed since 1979, located at Rochdale Station, providing a more direct route between the Park & Ride car park and rail station /Metrolink stop.
The Rochdale Underpass project brought back into use a facility that had been closed since 1979 and that was in poor condition. The underpass was vital to improve the links between Rochdale Station, its park-and-ride car park and the new Metrolink stop. The project impressed the judges with its combined innovation and tradition.
Congratulations to Transport for Greater Manchester, Mott MacDonald and Jamieson Contracting.
A 1,425m3 detention tank and combined sewer overflow was built on a congested and contaminated allotment site to improve water quality and aesthetics.
The Ulverston water quality improvement scheme tackled sewage spills, improved water quality and safeguarded local protected species while carrying out the work. The project also putsignificant funding back into the local community through a variety of local groups and organisations.
Congratulations to United Utilities, GHD Livigunn and KMI Plus.
Blackpool Tower is one of the most instantly-recognisable works of civil engineering in the country.
Sadly, both its designers – James Maxwell and Charles Tuke – died before the Tower was completed. So we honour Maxwell and Tuke, and we congratulate the Tower’s owners, Blackpool Council, and its managers, Merlin Entertainments.
Our new diversity award is about recognising what is already happening to promote diversity in the profession.
MWH Global have continually shown through their programme “one global community” and their work with Women in Engineering that they are serious about diversity in civil engineering.
By ensuring that women have the support to succeed, they have created a pipeline of candidates from all backgrounds and are clearly building a truly inclusive culture.
Congratulations MWH Global.
Steve Dempsey, Mentor of the Year Award 2016, has a long history of mentoring colleagues and supporting academia in the North West region.
He’s mentored dozens of final year undergraduates at Liverpool John Moores University and sponsored more than 30 candidates for professional review. Since gaining his fellowship, Steve has also encouraged others to follow in his footsteps. We are grateful for his vast amount of time, energy and enthusiasm.
Chris Thomas is ICE North West's Volunteer of the Year, 2016.
Chris has been promoting the profession and the Institution for many years. As part of his work in inspiring and supporting younger engineers, Chris is currently responsible for six graduates. He is also mentoring three more colleagues approaching membership.
Chris constantly dedicates time to STEM events and he has the reputation for making the necessary time and resources available to support Graduates and Mentees.
Grateful thanks to our 2017 sponsors:
For other sponsorship opportunities please contact Lynn Caddy
t: 0161 202 9844