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The entries

Entries were in two categories: conservation of natural resources and protection of the environment.

(Shortlisted projects marked with *)

Crown House Engineering Stansted surface car parks*

Heathrow constructed wetlands*

Stansted Airport satellite three energy and CO 2emission analysis*

Ledline lighting project No3 World Business Centre, Bath Road, Hounslow

Gatwick 120 satellite project Terminal 5 development team

BAA Stansted - phase two roof trees, roof and envelope

Joint Distribution Centre, Heathrow

Environmental initiatives Gatwick South duty free shop

Long-stay car park Stansted - use of ASHphalt*

Terminal 3 phase 3.1b - security search area waste management process*

Concorde 2000 project ABB Airports Division Hatton Cross redevelopment demolition works Recycling concrete*

Pavement quality concrete mix development Pier 4 extension, Gatwick north terminal*

Gatwick Airport runway rehabilitation Gatwick arrivals coach transfer scheme

E2 staff car park Terminal 5 materials group Heathrow compound management Terminal 5 energy expert group*

T5 water expert group

T4 chiller replacement*

Hatton Cross redevelopment remediation works

Development of environmental assessment checklist for major airport projects

Common environmental plan

River Mole diversion project

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