CGL has been shortlisted for four categories in the 2017 Ground Engineering (GE) Awards:
- UK Project with a Geotechnical Value between £1-3m
- Ground Investigation Project (up to £500k)
- Rising Star Award
- UK Project with a Geotechnical Value of up to £1m
The GE awards are a leading showcase of technical excellence and achievement in ground engineering.
CGL’s entry for the UK Project with Geotechnical Value between £1-3m is made with Galliford Try and Furness Partnership, based on the temporary works design for the current mixed use development at Seymour Street in London.
The entry for UK Project with Geotechnical Value up to £1m is in partnership with Walsh for the geotechnical work for a 33-storey block of student accommodation at Miles Street in London.
CGL’s careful work for redevelopment of New Scotland Yard on The Broadway in London was also selected for Ground Investigation Project of the Year.
Joe Slattery, Chartered Senior Engineer at CGL is also a finalist for the Rising Star award recognising his excellent geotechnical capabilities and passion for the industry.
Ian Marychurch, CGL Managing Director commented “To be recognised by the Ground Engineering Awards Judges in four categories this year is testament to the focus and commitment of our staff in providing solutions for ground engineering challenges faced by our clients, and in contributing to the raising of standards and driving innovation in the industry”.
In last year’s awards CGL won Ground Engineering Consulting Firm of the Year as well as UK Project with a Geotechnical Value Between £1-3 million.
Ground Engineering Editor, Claire Smith commented “The entries to the GE Awards never cease to amaze me in terms of the innovation and challenges successfully overcome by the UK’s geotechnical sector – and this year is no exception. The number and quality of entries this year means that just getting onto the shortlist is a real achievement in itself.”
The awards ceremony will be on 5th July in Central London, bringing together over 800 industry figures in a celebration of engineering excellence.