PRESS RELEASE: Ringway Jacobs wins CIHT Effective Partnerships Award

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Ringway Jacobs has been recognised for its successful partnership with Essex County Council by winning the prestigious CIHT Effective Partnerships Award.

The award recognises the three year old strategic partnership which, through integrated teams working as a single organisation focussing on achieving shared outcomes, recently became one of the first relationships of its kind to achieve BS11000 – Collaborative Business Relationships.

Of the Essex County Council Strategic Highways Transformation entry, Sue Percy, CIHT Chief Executive said: “This was the clear winner from an extremely strong field of entries. A model of effective partnership working built on shared objectives and problem solving, demonstrating success through transformed behaviours. A shining example of what can be achieved through true collaboration.”

Mike Notman, Ringway Jacobs’ Managing Director said: “We pride ourselves on the relationships we form with our local authority clients and how, through shared goals, we deliver our client’s objectives for their local community. This Award acknowledges that as well as delivering innovative, industry leading services for our clients we have a strong reputation of establishing productive relationships based upon trust, integrity and partnership.”

Ringway Jacobs was shortlisted for two other awards, both of which were commended, these were:

Left to right: Sonia Davidson-Grant, Executive Director for Place Commissioning, Essex County Council; Mark Rowe, Essex Service Director, Ringway Jacobs; Paul Bird, Director for Commissioning: Transport & Infrastructure, Essex County Council; Phil Skegg, Operations Director, Ringway Jacobs; Chris Stevenson, Head of Commissioning: Connected Essex Integrated Transport, Essex County Council

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