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 A34 Alderley Edge and Nether Alderley Bypass was a challenging public sector project, designed to divert traffic away from the picturesque village of Alderley Edge and significantly reduce congestion.
In June 2014, Rivers Agency commenced construction of the ÂŁ1.4 million flood alleviation scheme on the Cloughfin River in Beragh. The scheme provides flood protection to 17 residential properties and the Red Knights GAA Club facilities, both of which were affected by flooding in 2008 and 2011.
The Thameslink Programme is a ÂŁ7 billion project in south-east England to upgrade and expand the Thameslink rail network, allowing more people to travel on new and longer trains between a wider range of stations to the north and to the south of London, without requiring passengers to change trains in London.
The works involve the renewal of the existing drainage linear soakaways to relieve the re-occurant flooding along the bypass.
Construction of a new single span overbridge over the M4 with approximately 1.6 km of relief road around the village of Shinfield.
Filton Bank was a design and build project, reinstating 2 former tracks between Dr Days Junction to the South and Filton Junction to the north (approx. 5 miles). It also undertook various works to enable future electrification of the route.
Dover Western Docks Revival (DWDR) is a one-off opportunity for the regeneration of Dover, bringing new investment into the area. The CEEQUAL assessment provided a management tool for the project team to conduct an overall review on the sustainability of the project.
The improvement of the junction is seen by the Welsh Government as an important part of its programme for economic regeneration providing access to jobs, safe reliable journeys, and improved resilience for the trunk road and local network in south east Wales.
Newcastle WwTW project represents one of the most challenging wastewater facility upgrades to be undertaken for the client Northern Ireland Water in recent years.