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The UK’s best performing Ultra Sites have been revealed, as Highways England’s A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme takes the highest accolade

This year, there were a total of ten Ultra Site award categories and, for the first time, the top-performing construction supplier within six of these award categories were also honoured with a special individual recognition award.

Edward Hardy, chief executive of the Considerate Constructors Scheme, said: “Special congratulations to each award-winning Ultra Site and award-winning supplier who have set the bar of considerate construction to an exceptional level. Congratulations also to each finalist, whose efforts in driving greater collaboration across their supply chain is commended.

“Ultra Sites represent a real turning point for the construction industry, by providing a way for the industry to work more collaboratively and realise the benefits of this greater integration for their workforce, community and environment. The winners and finalists of these awards range from small scale local projects through to large scale regional multi-billion-pound projects. This clearly shows how the Ultra Site model can be embraced by any type of construction activity, no matter the size, scale or budget.

“Thank you to everyone involved in making Ultra Sites such a success. We look forward to its continuing growth and development as the model to achieve greater standards in considerate construction throughout the supply chain.”


Main Contractor award winners

Ultra Site of the Year: A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme

Highways England

Innovation of the Year: AECC

Robertson Construction Group

Client Recognition: National Space Centre

Woodhead Group

Collaboration: A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme

Highways England

Community Engagement: National Space Centre

Woodhead Group

Construction’s First Impressions: AECC

Robertson Construction Group – Major Projects

Environmental Best Practice: Highways Partnering Agreement, Term Service Contract

Tarmac Trading Ltd

Fairness, Inclusion and Respect: A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme

Highways England

Future Constructors: Les Quennevais School

ROK Regal Construction

Workforce Wellbeing: Smart Motorways Project M23

Kier Highways

Supply chain award winners

Collaboration: BDV Recovery Ltd

Community Engagement: Munnelly Support Services

Environmental Best Practice: Wernick Hire Ltd

Fairness, Inclusion and Respect Award: J L Knight Roadworks

Future Constructors: J L Knight Roadworks

Workforce Wellbeing: Munnelly Support Services


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