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BCIA | Tideway and London Bridge station revamp lead winners

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The £1bn overhaul of London Bridge station has scooped two awards at the British Construction Industry Awards 2018.

Winning the gong for Transport Project of the Year, the project was also claimed the ICE 200 award. 

The seven-year project led by Costain officially opened in May this year, with new entrances on Tooley Street and St Thomas installed as well at better links to bus and tube connections. Additional platforms and new tracks were also laid as part of the project commissioned by Network Rail.

Tideway claimed the Health, Safety & Wellbeing Initiative of the Year for its EPIC project. As part of their project induction, every member of the workforce, from tunnel operatives to delivery drivers and office staff, goes through an immersive, multimedia health and safety training day.

Meanwhile, Mott MacDonald claimed the gong for Exporting Expertise, Mace’s jumping factory scooped yet another award, winning the Productivity in Construction Initiative of the Year, and Jacobs Thames Estuary asset management won the award for Digital Transformation Initiative.

Winners in full: 

Carbon Reduction Initiative of the Year 
Tar-Bound Material Recycling - Muse Phases 2 & 3 – Galliford Try 

Community Engagement Initiative of the Year
Connswater Community Greenway Phase 2 – Arup 

Digital Transformation Initiative of the Year
Thames Estuary Asset Management 2100 (TEAM2100) – Jacobs 

Health, Safety & Wellbeing Initiative of the Year
EPIC – Tideway, in partnership with Active Training Team

Partnership Initiative of the Year
The Midland Metro Alliance – Midland Metro Alliance

Productivity in Construction Initiative of the Year
Rising factory on East Village project – Mace

Temporary Works Initiative of the Year (Building)
Earls Court Bridge 19 and Main Roof Deconstruction – Wentworth House Partnership 

Temporary Works Initiative of the Year (Civil Engineering)
Water Street Bridge – Canary Wharf Bridge Abutment Lowering – Kilnbridge Construction Services 

Skills Impact Initiative of the Year 
A9 Dualling Programme - Academy9: Building a Legacy – Transport Scotland 

Exporting Expertise Initiative of the Year
Delivering Strategic BIM Consultancy in the Middle East – Mott MacDonald

Infrastructure Maintenance Project of the Year
Chapel Street Bridge Upgrade, Salford

Commercial Property Project of the Year
Westgate Oxford

Cultural & Leisure Project of the Year
Royal Academy of Music

Climate Resilience Project of the Year
Milford on Sea Beach Hut Replacement Scheme

Housing Project of the Year
Roussillon Park, Chichester

Social Infrastructure Project of the Year
Marlborough Primary School

Transport Project of the Year
London Bridge Station Redevelopment

Utility Project of the Year
London Power Tunnels project

Small Project of the Year
HAR2 Kingsmoor Flood Alleviation Scheme

The Judges’ Special Award
Prior’s Court - The Seasons Children’s Homes

ICE 200 Award 
London Bridge Station 

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