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Construction News Awards 2014: winners revealed

The winners of the Construction News Awards 2014 have been announced at a ceremony held at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel.

Here are the best of the best in the UK construction industry, the companies and projects that champion innovation and ambition.

Being shortlisted is a fantastic achievement in itself; well done to everyone who entered and a big congratulations to all of our winners.

These are the industry’s biggest and most prestigious awards, showcasing the best ideas and achievements from the past 12 months in construction.

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

Full list: categories and winners

Roll of Honour

Winner: Adrian Ringrose, chief executive, Interserve

Judges’ Supreme Award

Winner: Skanska UK

Contractor of the Year

Winner: Interserve Construction

Project of the Year (over £50m)

Winner: Carillion - Library of Birmingham

Project of the Year (£10m-£50m)

Winner: Graham Construction - Grimsby River Terminal

Project of the Year (under £10m)

Winner: Robertson - Maggie’s Cancer Care Centre, Aberdeen

Sustainable Project of the Year

Winner: Skanska Balfour Beatty joint venture – M25 LUS MMALR J5-7

Specialist Contractor of the Year

Winner: Oktra

Construction Consultant of the Year

Winner: Mace

Engineering Consultant of the Year

Winner: Mott MacDonald

Sustainable Company of the Year

Winner: Skanska UK

Supply Chain Excellence

Winner: Galliford Try – Hillview School for Girls

Employer of the Year

Winner: GAP Group

Tomorrow’s Company

Winner: O’Brien Contractors

BIM Initiative of the Year

Winner: David Miller Architects – BIM-Centric Enterprise Model

Health and Safety Initiative of the Year

Winner: Amey – What Does It Take? Safety DVD

Training Initiative of the Year

Winner: Building Lives CIC – Building Lives

Company Innovation of the Year

Winner: Bam working in collaboration with Network Rail – Hooley Cutting Grillage Sprayed Concrete Innovation

Commercial Innovation of the Year

Winner: Balfour Beatty – King Sheet Piling

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