NEC Awards 2021 Shortlist Announced

NEC Awards 2021 Shortlist Announced
 

The 2021 NEC Users’ Group Online Conference is fast approaching, and we are proud to announce the shortlist for the 2021 NEC Awards.
 
Competing across seven categories, we had entrants from all across the construction and infrastructure sectors that were all reviewed and judged by an independent panel of NEC experts. They were very impressed with the high calibre of applicants this year and said:

  • “The standard of the entries this year was outstanding and everyone is to be congratulated for entering into the spirit of the competition so wholeheartedly”.
  • “It was really good to see that the common theme was a commitment to embed NEC ethos of collaboration and focusing on success of the project as a whole, which gave the flexibility for each project to develop what worked best for them, whether it was finding sustainable solutions or a better use of technology.”
 

The NEC Users’ Group Online Conference runs from 21-23 June, featuring separate morning presentations and afternoon workshops. This year’s agenda will feature presentations on how the effective use of NEC can deliver better, greener project solutions that support the UK’s 2050 net zero target and showcase examples of NEC being used across sectors and around the world.
 

Below you can find all of those shortlisted for each award category, listed alphabetically. All of the winners will be announced at the NEC Users’ Group Online Conference on 23 June.

 
NEC Transport Project of the Year

  • Footbridge across Hip Wo Street near the Junction of Hip Wo Street/Mut Wah Street
  • Road Widening and Retrofitting Noise Barriers on Tai Po Road (Sha Tin Section)
  • West End Project
 
NEC Water Project of the Year
  • Construction of an additional sewage rising main between Tung Chung and Siu Ho Wan and Associated Works
  • Relocation of Sha Tin Sewage Treatment Works to Caverns
  • Upgrading of Shek Wu Hui Effluent Polishing Plant ‐ Main Works Stage 1
 
NEC Building/FM of the Year
  • Design and Construction of a Community Health Centre cum Social Welfare Facilities at Pak Wo Road, North District
  • Loughborough University Science Enterprise Park
  • Office Tower Development at Hong Kong International Airport
 
NEC Client of the Year
  • Development Bureau, The Government of the HKSAR
  • Portsmouth City Council
  • Rochester Bridge Trust
 
NEC Contractor of the Year
  • ATAL-CW-MH Joint Venture
  • Bouygues Travaux Publics
  • Kum Shing E&M
 
NEC Contract Innovation of the Year
  • Drainage Maintenance and Construction in Hong Kong Island and Islands Districts (2021-2025) and Building and Civil Maintenance and Minor Works to DS
  • Expansion of Sha Tau Kok Sewage Treatment Works Phase 1 and Village Sewerage in Tong To
  • Relocation of Sha Tin Sewage Treatment Works to Caverns
 
NEC Sustainability and Climate Resilience Award of the Year
  • Expansion of Sha Tau Kok Sewage Treatment Works Phase 1 and Village Sewerage in Tong To
  • Finham Gas to Grid
  • Tung Chung New Town Extension – Reclamation and Advance Works

 

 

 

 

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