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The APS CDM and Student Awards: winners announced

The APS CDM and Student Awards took place on Wednesday 4 September at Sheffield Hallam University in the hear to Sheffield. The awards were part of the APS National Conference 2019 which was attended by over 200 delegates. 

We are delighted to announce the winners by category: 

CDM Dutyholder of the Year

Winner: Rider Levett Bucknall

Project: Circle Square - a new build mixed use commercial development for offices, retail units a hotel and car park.

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Health, Safety and Wellbeing Initiative of the Year

Winner: Jacobs UK

Project: For Jacobs Safety Web+ - a scalable project to deliver and communicate a one-stop-shop for hazard identification and mitigation across multiple offices and continents.

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Student Award

Winner: Piotr Antoni, student at the University of Coventry

Project: For Ely Bank Pentref Micro Community - a proposal for a high-tech eco village development. Health and safety considerations resulted in designs being altered to include more modern construction methods.

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New: APS Member of the Year

This is the first year this category has been included. The winner is nominated by their her or his' APS peers.

Winner: Allan Briscoe​

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The shortlisted entries

Thanks to all the organisations and individuals that entered the APS CDM and Student Awards.This is the full list:

 
Category Entrant About the entry

CDM Dutyholder of the Year

BruntwoodSciTech For Alderley Park Ltd - a refurbishment project to develop laboratories, offices, commercial buildings and housing. Includes the demolition of existing buildings, the construction of new buildings and site-wide infrastructure, as well as woodland and farmland improvement schemes. 
  CNIM Environment

Avonmouth Waste to Energy - a complete energy recovery facility designed to generate electrinciy from municipal waste and inlcuding all aspects of build, from excavations, piling and foundations to commissioning, cleaning and maintenance of the completed building. 

  Rider Levett Bucknall For Circle Square - a new build mixed use commercial development for offices, retail units a hotel and car park.
Health, Safety and Wellbeing Inititative of the Year Jacobs UK For Jacobs Safety Web+ - a scalable project to deliver and communicate a one-stop-shop for hazard identification and mitigation across multiple offices and continents. 
APS Student Award Piotr Antoni Bieluga

University of Coventry.

For Ely Bank Pentref Micro Community - a proposal for a high-tech eco village development. Health and safety consdierations resulted in designs being altered to include more moder construction methods. 

  Adam Nightingale

University of Salford

For North West Film Archive, Manchester, a project where the challenge has been to marry design ideals whilst maintaining risk management in a small city centre site identified as being at risk of flooding.

 

APS Member of the Year 2019  

This category is for members nominated from around the APS regions and the shortlist will be announced in August.

 

Judges

 APS is grateful to the judging panel of:
  • Ray Bone, Abbey Construction Consultants
  • Susan Gynn, APS
  • Barri Millar, APS
  • Gordon Nelson, Federation of Master Builders
  • Graeme Smith, Fairhurst
 
 

 

 

The award ceremony at the APS National Conference 2019

The award ceremony was part of this year's APS National Conference. Find out more... 

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Interested in entering next year's awards?

Email rosalind.grozier@aps.org.uk with:

  • Your name, email address and telephone number
  • Your organisation
  • The award(s) you wish to enter
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