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NCE100 | Award winners in full

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Morgan Sindall Infrastructure has cleaned up at the NCE100 awards, claiming three gongs, for Innovation in Project Management, Diversity Leader of the Year and Impact in Water.

The firm ultimately walked away with the Company of the Year award, however there were plenty more companies celebrating by the end of the night.

In total 13 companies took home awards 15 awards between them celebrating all aspects of the industry.

Winners ranged from true engineering behemoths to small and medium sized enterprises.

Winners in full:

Innovation in Project Initiation

Winner: Royal HaskoningDHV

Innovation in Project Management

Winner: Morgan Sindall Infrastructure

Highly commended: Dunelm Geotechnical & Environmental

Innovative Operator

Winner: Cowi

Highly commended: Foundation Piling

Construction Innovator

Winner: Leighton Contractors (Asia)

Highly commended: Morgan Sindall

Design Innovator

Winner: MJ Rooney Construction

Highly commended: Cass Hayward

Diversity Leader of the Year

Winner: Morgan Sindall

Highly commended: Whitby Wood

Health & Wellbeing Leader of the Year

Winner: Hydrock

Leader in Collaboration

Winner: Kier Group

Highly commended: Pell Frischmann

Low Carbon Leader

Winner: Sweco

Highly commended: Skanska

Skills Leader of the Year

Winner: Knights Brown

Impact in Climate Resilience

Winner: BuroHappold Engineering

Highly commended: YGC

Impact in Energy

Winner: GHD

Impact in Transport

Winner: Beckett Rankine

Highly commended: Hewson Consulting Engineers

Impact in Urban Living

Winner: Arup

Impact in Water

Winner: Morgan Sindall Infrastructure

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