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NCE100 | Arcadis named NCE100 Company of the Year

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Arcadis has claimed the top spot in the NCE100 2018.

After winning the Smart Innovator gong earlier in the night for its work on the Dutch railway network, Arcadis took home the coveted top prize, pipping previous-winner Arup to the post.

And with talks underway to implement its award-winning technology in the UK, the future is looking bright for the Dutch firm.

“Huge congratulations to Arcadis,” New Civil Engineer editor Mark Hansford said. “As well as wowing our judges its worth mentioning that they were only a few points behind Arup in staff scores too. 

“That means in three years of NCE100 we’ve had three Companies of the Year with Arcadis joining Arup and Opus as Gold Medal Winners.”

Arcadis was also highly commended for diversity leadership and made the top 8 for innovation in project management and excellence in climate resilience.

Jacobs made up the rostrum coming in third place after earlier being named the Health and Wellbeing Leader. Mace followed in forth place, while Ramboll completed the top five.

NCE100 2018 Top 10:

1) Arcadis

2) Arup

3) Jacobs

4) Mace

5) Ramboll

6) Sweco UK

7) Mott MacDonald

8) Costain

9) WSP

10) Black & Veatch

If you want more action and reaction from NCE100, then do not despair, you will be able to read more about all of our outstanding, innovative, impactful and inspirational NCE100 companies in the NCE100 Gold Book, out later this month.

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