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Construction News Awards 2013: winners revealed

The winners of the Construction News Awards 2013 have been announced at a ceremony in London’s Grosvenor House Hotel.

Here are the best of the best in the UK construction industry, whose companies and projects champion innovation and ambition. Well done to everyone who entered.

Click on a category for full information on winners, the shortlists and judges’ comments!

Full list: categories and winners

Health and Safety Initiative of the Year - full details

Winner: Lanes for Drains – What Good Looks Like

 

Training Initiative of the Year - full details

Winner: Kier – Developing Leaders

 

Product Innovation of the Year

Winner: A-one+ & Highway Resource Solutions, Intellicone

 

Best Use of Technology

Winner: Costain – MARIO (Mass Asset Recognition and Intelligent Optimisation)

 

Digital Built Britain

Winner: NBS - NBS Create

 

BIM Initiative of the Year

Winner: NBS – NBS National BIM Library

 

Tomorrow’s Company

Winner: Sustainable Building Services (UK)

 

Employer of the Year

Winner: Thomas Vale Construction

 

Supply Chain Excellence of the Year

Winner: CEMEX/Aggregate Industries JV – A1 Dishforth to Leeming

 

Sustainable Company of the Year

Winner: Speedy Services

 

Construction Consultancy of the Year

Winner: Mace

 

Specialist Contractor of the Year

Winner: Van Elle

 

Sustainable Project of the Year

Winner: David Morley Architects – London 2012 Water Polo Arena

 

Best Project of the Year (Under £10m)

Winner: Interserve – Richmond Hill Primary School

 

Best Project Between £10m and £50m

Winner: Shepherd Construction – National Renewable Energy Centre

 

Best Project Over £50m

Winner: Bam Nuttall – Olympic Park Infrastructure Work

 

Contractor of the Year

Winner: Mace

 

Judges’ Supreme Award

Winner: Shepherd Construction – National Renewable Energy Centre

 

Roll of Honour

Winner: Ray O’Rourke, executive chairman of Laing O’Rourke

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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