CEW Award Winners 2019

Congratulations to our 2019 award winners! The Welsh construction industry celebrated the thirteenth CEW Awards held at the Celtic Manor on Friday 7th June.

CEW Award Winners 2019:

Client of the Year Award
Cardiff University

Digital Construction Award
Monmouth Comprehensive School – Interserve Construction, Monmouthshire County Council, BDP Architects

Health, Safety & Wellbeing Award
Knox & Wells – Cardiff University Medical Discovery Institute - Knox & Wells, Cardiff University, Gleeds, IBI Group, Chase Consulting, Lorne Stewart

Innovation Award
Beech Tree Gardens – United Welsh, Jehu, Caerphilly County Bourough Council
Highly Commended - Brynglas Tunnels Refurbishment – Costain, Welsh Government, Capita, Arcadis

Integration & Collaborative Working Award
Willowbrook – A Cardiff Living Development Project – Wates Residential, Cardiff Council

Offsite Award
Glasdir Schools Project – Wynne Construction, Denbighshire CC, Innovare Systems Ltd, Lovelock Mitchell Architects

People Development Award
Jones Bros Ruthin (Civil Engineering) Co Ltd
Highly Commended - Galliford Try

Preservation & Rejuvenation Award
Glan Hafren Bridge – Canal & River Trust, Kier Infrastructure, Truelink Civil Ltd

Project of the Year Award Buildings
Central Square Cardiff BBC Headquarters (Plot 3) – ISG, Rightacres, BBC, Foster+Partners, Arup, Gleeds, Lawray Architects

Project of the Year Civils
Brynglas Tunnels Refurbishment – Costain, Welsh Government, Capita, Arcadis,

SME of the Year 1-50
Ian Thomas Construction Services Ltd

SME of the Year 51-250
Forest Traffic Services

Sustainability Award
A465 Heads of the Valleys Section 2 – Costain, Welsh Government
Highly Commended - Llangefni Link Road Section 3 - Jones Bros Ruthin (Civil Engineering) Co Ltd, Isle of Anglesey County Council 

Value Award
Halfway and Northumberland SPS Team – Arup, Welsh Water, Morgan Sindall