Carbon Reduction Champion at the 2022 Construction News Awards
Akerlof, Forterra and PCE were recognised as Carbon Reduction Champions at the 2022 Construction News Awards
The inspirational winners of the 2022 Construction News Awards were crowned in front of the industry on 14 July at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.
The Construction News Awards, celebrating its 26th year in 2022, brought together more than 1,200 of the UK’s leading clients and contractors for a glittering evening of celebration, recognition and networking.
After face-to-face review by a panel of 80 experts, the judges commented:
The judges appreciated the systematic supply chain wide approach to analysis and the focus on solutions that can be delivered by the supply chain today, without requiring changes to the client’s specification. This entry won because of its collaborative nature, its pragmatic approach, and its single minded approach to carbon reduction at scale. This approach should be adopted more widely by the industry.
John Handscomb, Founding Partner, Akerlof, commented:
Stephen Harrison, Forterra CEO, commented:
Simon Harold, Business Development Director, PCE, commented:
Jonny Voon, Head of the Sustainable Innovation Fund at Innovate UK, commented:
Gareth Jones, Head of MMC & Technical Services, MoJ, commented:
Colin Marrs, editor of Construction News, commented:
This year we were able to return to in-person judging, and the rigorous multi-stage process has identified a wealth of inspired leadership and dedication to high quality delivery. This not only applies to the winners but also to those who were highly commended in their categories. All of the firms and individuals highlighted have good reason to be proud of what they have achieved.
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