The CEEQUAL Award not only recognises the efforts taken to address landscape issues, but also work undertaken throughout all stages of scheme development in relation to archaeology, ecology and sustainable construction in general.
The Waste Transfer Station is a facility comprising 10,000m2 of machine, technology and administrative support space, which will swallow the waste of an entire borough on a weekly basis.
The Baltic Triangle scheme was formulated to implement improvements to the public realm in the creative industries location of the Baltic Triangle, an area just outside Liverpool City centre.
The Bulford Road Improvement project was conceived and designed to provide significant improvements to a single lane road between the Pembrokeshire villages of Tiers Cross and Johnston.
The coastal defences along the Colwyn Bay frontage had several key issues to address through developments and improvements. As a result of regular over-topping of the defences, the defences themselves were being negatively impacted, as well as local infrastructure, and the local community through the regular closing of the coast road after storm damage.
The Connaught Tunnel Refurbishment Project transformed an abandoned 1878 Victorian tunnel and disused railway and re-engineered it to receive the Crossrail track and trains for the next 120 years. The project was technically challenging and very unusual for a major new transport scheme such as Crossrail.
The Rhyl Harbour project formed part of a stream that included a sustainable transport bridge, coastal erosion and flood protection works, harbour enhancements and the landscaping of the local areas
The Eastern Bay Link scheme extends the A4232 link road, situated south of Cardiff, reducing the current journey by 2.5 km. It was delivered under an Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) Target Cost Design and Build Contract, safely, on time, under budget, and to the highest quality and environmental standards, through flexible and collaborative working
The Glenconway Wind Farm was developed by Gael Force Renewables Ltd, a Joint Venture between McLaughlin & Harvey, Barr and WH Alexander on behalf of the client SSE Renewables.
Over a five year period there has been quality improvements to the Nottingham Beeston Canal towpath where pedestrian counters and towpath surveys confirm increased levels of activity for both recreational purposes and as a route to work.