CGL in the running for four categories in the 2017 Brownfield Briefing Awards this week:

  • Best in situ treatment
  • Best re-use of materials on a project
  • Best science/laboratory advance
  • Best digital innovation in brownfield

CGL’s entry for both Best in situ treatment and Best re-use of materials is in partnership with Keltbray for a project on Redclyffe Road in London. The entry for Best in situ treatmenet and Best re-use of materials on a project is made with Marquis & Lord for a Health Facility in London.  

This will be the 13th year for the Brownfield Briefing Awards, which recognise best practice in the remediation sector by UK-based companies. The annual awards celebrate technical and conceptual excellence in projects that have been underway over the past 12 months.

The awards ceremony will be on 28th September in Central London, bringing together industry figures in a celebration of engineering excellence.

Redclyffe Road, London project – Soil stabilisation mixing tanker

Health Facility, London project – Ground model