The winners at the inaugural NEC Awards ceremony have been announced

The winners at the inaugural NEC Awards ceremony have been announced
The winners and highly commended projects were presented with their awards at the inaugural NEC Awards ceremony at the Annual Seminar on Monday, 20th April.
 
The theme for the awards was collaboration using NEC3 contracts with particular emphasis on clause 10.1.The judges were keen to identify those innovative projects and organisations that can demonstrate good practice through collaboration.
 
NEC Large Project of the Year
 
International Criminal Court - WINNER
Happy Valley Underground Storage Stormwater Scheme (HVUSSS) - HIGHLY COMMENDED
Goole Wind Farms‚Äč - HIGHLY COMMENDED
 
NEC Small Project of the Year
 
Rushden Splash Pool - WINNER
Hadleigh Park - HIGHLY COMMENDED
Kennington Park - HIGHLY COMMENDED
 
NEC Client of the Year
 
Network Rail - WINNER
Connect Plus - HIGHLY COMMENDED
International Criminal Court - HIGHLY COMMENDED
 
NEC Contractor of the Year
 
Anglia Route Collaboration - VolkerFitzpatrick - WINNER
South East Multi-Functional Framework (CP5) - Costain - HIGHLY COMMENDED
Monklands Hospital - GRAHAM - HIGHLY COMMENDED
 
NEC Project Manager of the Year
 
David Hunter
Commercial Manager
Urbanvision Partnership, Capita Property & Infrastructure
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