The team behind the Mersey Gateway Project is celebrating after scooping a double award success just a week after construction work has officially started on the new bridge project.
The project won the ‘Sustainability’ award at the prestigious national Ground Engineering Awards in London to add to the ‘Best Practice’ title it was awarded at the North West Chartered Institute of Highways and Transportation Awards earlier in the week.It was also highly commended in the Technical Excellence category at the Ground Engineering awards and in the Sustainability category at the North West CIHT awards.
All the awards were for the cleanup work undertaken at the Catalyst Trade Park site in Widnes.
Rob Polhill, Leader at Halton Borough Council said: “It’s great news that the Mersey Gateway team is winning awards. A lot of people have invested a great deal of time and energy into the planning work that has got us to the construction phase and I’m really pleased that these awards recognize their achievements.”