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British Construction Industry Awards: Designed for life

NCE reveals the shortlist of two more categories for the upcoming British Construction Industry Awards - BIM Project Application and the Project Innovation awards.

BIM Project Application award

Arup, Parkside Building Project for Birmingham City University

Parkside Building for Birmingham University

Parkside Building Project for Birmingham City University

Atkins, M4 Elevated Section Maintenance Strategy and Strengthening Trial

Atkins London

Atkins, M4 Elevated Section Maintenance Strategy and Strengthening Trial

Balfour Beatty Utility Solutions, Cleator WwTW

Cleator

Cleator WwTW

Costain, London Bridge Station Redevelopment

London bridge

London Bridge Station Redevelopment

Costain-Skanska, CSJV Paddington Crossrail Project

Paddington Crossrail

Costain-Skanska, CSJV Paddington Crossrail Project

Skanska UK, 66 Queen Square, Bristol

66 Queen Square

66 Queen Square, Bristol

Tata Steel Projects, Suffolk Energy from Waste Facility

Suffolk

Suffolk Energy from Waste Facility

BIM project application award: sponsored by Bentley Systems

Bentley Systems is the world’s leading provider of comprehensive software solutions for advancing the design, construction, delivery, and operations of infrastructure.
Bentley has a proven track record of helping global, multi-discipline teams work collaboratively across the lifecycle of projects of any scale or complexity, maximising ROI by facilitating the creation of intelligent infrastructure featuring enhanced performance, resilience, safety, and sustainability.
In the 2014 British Construction Industry Awards programme, Bentley is proud to sponsor the BIM Project Application Award.
The UK’s particularly advantageous innovative strategy is collaborative BIM, which is all about working smarter together to enhance information mobility and, hence, information quality, from design throughout the construction supply chain - and, in the near future, into operations.
Bentley sees BIM Level 2 advancements as empowering architects, engineers and constructors to deliver better performing assets through an increased depth of information modelling and better performing projects through an increased breadth of information mobility.
It is both exciting and inspiring to recognise the most innovative and forward-thinking use of BIM. We at Bentley are proud to reward the exemplar projects in the UK Construction industry.

  • To read more about Bentley Systems, visit www.bentley.com

Product innovation award: sponsored by SES


Balfour Beatty Utility Solutions, Pipe Scanning and Data Capture: Delivering Network Intelligence to Gas and Water Infrastructure

Hammersmith Flyover Post Tensioning Design Innovation

Hammersmith Flyover Post Tensioning Design Innovation

Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure & Construction, Bridging the Knowledge Gap in London’s “Secret Tube”

Cambridge Uni tunnel

Bridging the Knowledge Gap in London’s “Secret Tube”

Connect Plus Services on behalf of the Highways Agency, Connect Plus - Rapid Cure Concrete M25 Bay Replacement

Connect Plus M25

Connect Plus – Rapid Cure Concrete M25 Bay Replacement

Permaban, Permaban Eclipse

Permaban Eclipse

Permaban Eclipse

Siniat, GTEC Weather Defence at Abercynon Community Primary School

Siniat

GTEC Weather Defence at Abercynon Community Primary School

TfL, Costain, Ramboll, Parsons Brinckerhoff and Freyssinet, Hammersmith Flyover Post Tensioning Design Innovation

 

Judges’ Special Award: Sponsored by Mott Macdonald

There is no shortlist for this category. The winner will announced at the awards event.
Mott MacDonald is a global engineering, management and development consultancy with 16,000 staff working in 140 countries in sectors as diverse as transport, energy, buildings, water, the environment, health, education, industry and communications.
We use innovation to add value for our clients and community by:

  • Saving time and money, enabling customers’ investments to work harder
  • Honing performance from initial concepts through development of technical solutions, project finance, management systems and procurement to project completion, operation and maintenance
  • Driving sustainability - social environmental and economic

Over the last six years our projects and people have won over 500 awards for excellence.
Mott MacDonald has supported the British Construction Industry Awards since their inception in 1988. They are a showcase for UK design and construction talent, playing an important role in raising standards and advancing best practice.
We are proud to sponsor the Judges’ Special Award, which applauds the best of the best among the BCIA finalists on their achievements and wish them success.

  • To read more about Mott MacDonald, visit www.mottmac.com

 

 

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