The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation has announced the winners of its first ever digital awards. The awards across 11 categories attracted over 150 high quality entries.
Martin Tugwell, CIHT President said: “The CIHT awards recognise the remarkable achievements of those working in highways and transportation and are one of the most respected events in our sector. Although we are in testing times, it is evident that highways and transportation will continue to play a central and vital role in supporting a prosperous, equitable and healthy society.
“The winning entries this year are a fantastic example of how we can produce fantastic projects, schemes and initiatives that help to shape the communities and the environment we live in.”
The winning entries were:
- CIHT / Ringway Climate Change Award – Connect Plus Services – State of the art thin surface course trials on the Strategic Road Network (SRN) containing 50% reclaimed asphalt – see more here
- CIHT / City Science Healthy Transport Award – Transport for London – Mini-Hollands Programme – see more here
- CIHT Creating Better Places Award – London Highways Alliance for Highbury Corner, London – see more here
- CIHT Transport Planning Award – Transport for the North – Transport for the North – Strategic Transport Plan – see more here
- CIHT / Autodesk Collaboration Award – New Collaborative Contractual Arrangements for Gloucestershire Highways by Ringway Infrastructure Services Limited, Atkins (a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group) and Gloucestershire County Council- see more here
- CIHT Team of the Year Award – Transport Scotland – Transport (Scotland) Bill – see more here
- CIHT Employer of the Year Award – WJ Group – A Caring Culture Conquers All – see more here
- CIHT / Fosroc Engineering Award – GRAHAM – Carpenters Land Bridge – see more here
- CIHT / Amey Innovation of the Year Award – WJ Group – Robotic age dawns for the road marking sector – WJ Robotic PreMarker – see more here
- CIHT International Project Award – Qatar Rail – Doha Metro – see more here
- CIHT / Kier Road Safety Award – Agilysis- RideFree – see more here
The winners were drawn from a very strong shortlist- more detail on these and who was commended is available here