Our Infrastructure Waste team, within our Water Business Unit have scooped the Large Project award for our work on the Newark Waste and Water Improvement scheme at the Institution of Civil Engineering (ICE) East Midlands Merit Awards 2019!
Our team, working as part of the BNM Alliance (joint venture between Barhale and nmcn) for Severn Trent Water proudly accepted the award on Friday night (7th June) at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Nottingham.
The East Midlands Merit Awards bring together professionals from across the built environment sectors to recognise exceptional projects, teamwork and individual excellence across the region. Every year, the awards are presented to the best civil engineering projects or teams.
The scheme which is due for completion 12 months earlier than expected, will see more than 400 homes and businesses protected from sewer flooding and will future-proof water supplies. In all, a total of 9,600 metres of new sewers, 1,500 metres of improved sewers and 12,500 metres of new and improved water mains pipework and fittings will be installed.
Ian Hawksworth, delivery manager commented “Winning this Institution of Civil Engineers award is a fantastic achievement for nmcn and the team involved, once again the quality of projects entered and shortlisted were excellent in this large project (greater than £10M) category. The team successfully delivered the design, construction, project and stakeholder management of this complex flood alleviation project. I am extremely proud of what the whole team have achieved and the commitment they have shown throughout.”
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