Expo 2020 Dubai aims to be one of the most sustainable World Expos in history. For its permanent infrastructure assets, the achievement of CEEQUAL Excellent provided credence towards this goal.
The St Austell Bay Resilient Regeneration (StARR) project is a combination of urban and upstream interventions, which aims to reduce flood risk to communities living and working in the St Austell Bay area.
Project Anvil is a Ministry of Defence major infrastructure investment project to improve existing facilities at RAF Marham station for the arrival of the F35 Lightning, an advanced 5th generation stealth aircraft.
The Crossrail West Stations Project received a CEEQUAL Excellent Whole Team Award due to the commitment of the project to implement sustainability throughout the project. Various social and environmental initiatives with economic benefits were undertaken.
The Stockholm Metro extension is a sustainable transport project that expands the public transport opportunities within the region. The project increases the resilience of the region’s transport system by relieving the existing system and offering new itineraries.
The following work types were considered in detail during the 2018/19 CEEQUAL assessment in the North West Unit: Roads Planned Maintenance (maintaining the structural integrity); Bridge Construction and Maintenance; Winter Service Operations;
In 2016 BEAR Scotland committed to commence the CEEQUAL process, pursuing a Whole Team award in conjunction with Transport Scotland. Services being provided by BEAR Scotland under the term contract include road and bridge maintenance, minor improvements, incident management and support, lighting the network and minimising the risk of landslides.
Greyabbey and Kircubbin are located towards the northern end of Strangford Lough, Northern Ireland. In 2001 Water Service Design Group undertook the task of designing 2 new Waste Water Treatment Works for the area: one on the existing site at Greyabbey and the other at a new site at Monaghan Bank, Kircubbin.
Design and construction of the new Reading sewage treatment works is being undertaken by an Alliance consisting of the client Thames Water Utilities Limited, Taylor Woodrow and Black & Veatch.
Carran Hill Water Treatment Works is situated on the outskirts of Crossmaglen in County Armagh. The works treats water from nearby Lough Ross, which historically has been plagued with algae problems.