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The Eden Project has won the Association for Project Management's top award as Project of the Year, ahead of the Victoria and Albert Museum's Galleries Project, with the Wythenshaw Hospital extension and the Cardiff Sewerage and Waste Water Treatment Works directed by Hyder Consulting's Jeffrey Martin in joint third. Project manager of the year was Ross Shute of Bovis Lend Lease Consulting for his work on the V&A. Runner-up was Brendan Carty of MWH UK for his work on sewage projects for Northumbrian Water, while Toby Klisky of Turner and Townsend Project Management was third for his role on the Cairngorm Mountain Ski Area and funicular railway.

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