Highways England
Awards

The Vox conference centre
Birmingham on 28 March 2019

Celebrating excellence in safety, customer and delivery

Supply chain and Highways England stars light up at the 2019 Highways England Awards.

 

The event took place on 28 March at The Vox in Birmingham where we recognised the skill, ingenuity and performance of individuals and teams who have furthered our progress against the Road Investment Strategy over the last 12 months.
In eight categories themed around our imperatives, safety, customer service and delivery; the event showcased industry-leading work that’s made journeys safer and smoother for our users.

 

We had strong entries this year and everyone who was shortlisted should be proud of their achievements.



 

Award Title of winner Winner/Company
Excellence in occupational health and wellbeing – Supply Chain M5 Oldbury Viaduct  

BMV Joint Venture

Excellence in occupational health and wellbeing – Highways Englan Life@ Yorkshire and North East Highways England
Excellence in safety for road users – Supply Chain Dynamic traffic management and exemplary recovery on the A14 C2H improvement scheme A14 Integrated Delivery Team
Excellence in safety for road users – Highways England Joint working with the DVSA Highways England
Championing safety – Supply Chain Transforming roadmarking sector safety standards WJ Group
Championing safety – Highways England BabyBox Highways England
Leading behavioural change for safety – Supply Chain Flannery Training P. Flannery Plant Hire
Leading behavioural change for safety – Highways England Changing and influencing health, safety and wellbeing. Tim Burton, Highways England
Award Highley Commended Company
Leading behavioural change for safety – Supply Chain Leading Behaviour Change Chevron
Award Title of winner Winner/Company
Excellence in environment and sustainability – Supply Chain Water saving strategies on the A14 improvement scheme A14 Integrated Delivery Team
Excellence in environment and sustainability – Highways England A1M Leeming to Barton Catterick Flood Alleviation Scheme Highways England
Leading in efficiencies and continuous improvement – Supply Chain M5 Oldbury BMV Joint Venture
Leading in efficiencies and continuous improvement – Highways England Asset delivery in the south west Highways England
Project of the year – Supply Chain Successful completion of the complex and challenging NRTS2 contract transition telent Technology Services Ltd and Highways England
Project of the year – Highways England Severn River Crossing toll removal Highways England

Award Title of winner Winner/Company
Excellence in customer service – Supply Chain A19-A1058 Coast Road junction scheme Sisk Lagan Joint Venture
Excellence in customer service – Highways England Highways England Customer Contact Centre Highways England
Improving customers journeys – Supply Chain M6 J13-15 smart motorway programme Kier Highways Ltd
Improving customers journeys – Highways England #plannedworks Highways England
Improving employee engagement and behavioural change – Supply Chain A game-changing approach to meeting the needs of the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme A14 Integrated Labour Team
Improving employee engagement and behavioural change – Highways England Highways England Management Development Programme (MDP) Highways England
Award Title of winner Winner/Company
Excellence in safety – Highways England Driving for Better Business (DfBB) – Highways England’s approach to delivering improvements in Work-Related Road Safety (WRRS) Highways England
Excellence in safety – Supply Chain SmartBrake – driving improvements in behavioural safety culture and highways industry safety performance Aggregate Industries UK Ltd

Thanks to everyone who entered the awards and to those who were able to join us for the ceremony. As you continue to deliver great work over the next 12 months, we hope you’ll feel inspired to make a submission for the 2020 awards



If you have any questions, please contact:

HEawards@highwaysengland.co.uk