Finalists announced for Water Industry Achievement Awards 2016

Finalists announced for Water Industry Achievement Awards 2016

Entries have been counted and the judges have deliberated over the finalists for the annual Water Industry Achievement Awards 2016, due to take place on 17 May at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole.

 

Now in its tenth year, the awards celebrate and reward innovation and best practice in the UK’s water industry, and is attended by some of the biggest names in the sector.

 

14 winners will be announced on the night covering a range of different categories which cover all aspects of the industry, all of which were open to nominations from water companies, contractors, consultancies, sub-contractors and suppliers. Companies and suppliers of any size will be considered, as well as projects of any scale.

 

The categories and finalists are as follows:

 

Carbon Reduction Initiative of the Year

  • Anglian Water, The @One Alliance, The David Ball Group
  • Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
  • Meteor Communications
  • Northumbrian Water Group
  • Severn Trent & MWH Treatment
  • The Deritend Group Limited & Riventa
  • Veolia 

Community Project of the Year

  • Bristol Water plc
  • Northern Ireland Water
  • Northumbrian Water Group
  • Severn Trent Water
  • Southern Water – Hastings Catchment scheme
  • Southern Water – Elm Grove Primary School scheme
  • Surfers Against Sewage

Customer Satisfaction Initiative of the Year

  • Morrison Utility Services
  • Northumbrian Water Group
  • Severn Trent, NMCNomenca, Laing O’Rourke
  • Severn Trent with Rant & Rave
  • South East Water
  • Southern Water
  • Thames Water – Customer Representatives 

Data Project of the Year

  • Clancy Docwra
  • Northumbrian Water Group
  • Scottish Water
  • Severn Trent Water
  • Severn Trent Water and Esri UK
  • Thames Water Utilities

Engineer of the Year

  • Ben Jones, Atkins
  • Dr Paul Canning, Atkins
  • Howard Lewis, Affinity Water
  • Lesley Dunne, Atkins
  • Sean Griffiths, J Murphy & Sons 

Most Innovative Use of an Existing Technology

  • Anglian Water
  • Glan Agua
  • ICONICS UK Ltd and Scottish Water
  • meps
  • Veolia

Health and Safety Initiative of the Year

  • Lightsout Computer Services and Laing O’Rourke
  • Morrison Utility Services
  • Nomenca
  • Northumbrian Water Group
  • Severn Trent Water, NMC, Mott MacDonald-Bentley, Costain and MWH Treatment
  • South West Delivery Alliance H5O

Most Innovative New Technology of the Year

  • Aquam Water Services and Aquacheck Engineering
  • Lontra
  • Source One Environmental
  • Veolia Water Technologies
  • Waterblade
  • Weeding Technologies powered by Foamstream in association with South West Water

Outstanding Individual Contribution to the Water Industry

  • To be announced on the night

Outstanding Innovation 2015

  • To be announced on the night

Partnership Initiative of the Year

  • CRIS, AMEY and Severn Trent Water
  • Dwr Cymru Welsh Water
  • Northumbrian Water Group, South Staffs Water plc, Anglian Water Services, United Utilities Water Ltd and Severn Trent Water
  • Severn Trent Water, MWH, NMCN, MMB, Lintott & Trojan
  • Southern Water, Atkins and Clancy Docwra
  • South Tyneside Council, Northumbrian Water, MWH and Esh Construction
  • United Utilities and GCA 

People Initiative of the Year

  • Affinity Water
  • Balmoral Tanks
  • RPS Group
  • Severn Trent Water
  • South East Water
  • South West Water
  • Thames Water Finance and Business Services

Sustainable Drainage & Flood Initiative of the Year

  • Kijlstra Precast
  • Kingspan Environmental
  • London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, Robert Bray Associates and McCloy Consulting
  • Northumbrian Water Group

Water Resource Management Initiative of the Year

  • Affinity Water
  • Anglian Water Services
  • Northumbrian Water Group
  • Severn Trent Water
  • Southern Water
  • University College Cork, Intelligent Efficiency Research Group
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