Double success at Highways Awards

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Double success at Highways Awards

Ringway Jacobs is celebrating scooping two major honours at the prestigious 2022 Highway Awards

The company also received three highly commended recognitions in three other categories during the award ceremony in London.

The overall winners were Cheshire East Highways’ Daniel Johnson who won Apprentice of the Year and his colleagues within the Bridges and Structures team who won the Steve Berry Highways Authority Innovation Award for their work to reconstruct the riverside wall at Bollin Grove in Prestbury.

Cheshire also gained a highly commended in the Winter Maintenance Award for their work to adopt a new risk-based approach to providing winter services.

Essex Highways also came away with two high commended recognitions: in the Best Use of New Technology category for utilising AI for highways safety inspections and the Site Safety Initiative Award for their work in using drone technology in surveying structures.

Ringway Jacobs managing director Phil Horton said: “It is always nice to have our efforts recognised by our peers but there was something particularly pleasing about the awards last week: the successes really emphasised the excellence that exists across the length and breadth of our business.

“They also reflected expertise in some of the areas of the business that we believe stand us apart from our competitors – innovation, sustainability safety and providing best value solutions to our clients.”

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