Ringway Collaborations Win National Awards
June 21, 2017 / Corporate

Ringway Collaborations Win National Awards

Partnerships were at the heart of this year’s Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) Awards, which saw Ringway and our joint Venture Ringway Jacobs win three accolades at the annual awards ceremony, which took place at the iconic, Grade 2 listed art deco Troxy theatre in East London

Ringway Hertfordshire, working in partnership with Hertfordshire County Council won the Sustainability Award for their ‘From PFI to LED’ service delivery. The project developed a sustainable street lighting strategy based on affordable, safe and operational principles.

 

Kevin Carrol, Divisional Manager of Ringway Hertfordshire, said: “We are delighted to win the Sustainability Award and are proud of the demonstrable achievements of this project. The contract between Ringway and Hertforshire County Council has been in operation since 2012 and this project sets a precedent for future similar partnering initiatives. We plan to keep building on what we have achieved and widen this approach to other elements of our work.”

 

Ringway Hounslow Highways, won the Department for Transport Reducing Street Clutter Award. Hounslow Highways won the award for the ‘Signing the way in Hounslow’ initiative, which was an opportunity to de-clutter, assess sign sizing, help to improve the visual environment, reduce driver distraction and test each sign for compliance. The network is now 100% compliant and there has been a 12% reduction in signs.

 

Rob Gillespie, Regional Director of Ringway Hounslow Highways said: “Winning the Department for Transport Reducing Street Clutter Award is a great acheivement, as this has been a major scheme rolled out across Hounslow to de-clutter the area and the surrounding neighbourhoods. The visual impact of the borough streets is extremely important to residents and visitors, therefore everything we do to improve this delivers increasing customer satisfaction.”

 

Ringway Jacobs, in partnership with Cheshire East Council, Eurovia and Jacobs, won the CIHT Collaboration Award for ‘Working together in Cheshire East’. Ringway Jacobs has been delivering highways services for Cheshire East Council since 2011. Working as Cheshire East Highways, the overall objective of the contract is to deliver an improved, modernised highways service focused on customers, localism, effectiveness and efficiency.  

 

Scott Wardrop, Chief Exective, said: “This is the fifth consecutive year that Ringway and Ringway Jacobs have won the CIHT Collaborative award and it underlines our ability to manage and operate major infrastructure service contracts for our Clients and the travelling Public, in an innovative and collaborative way. We pride ourselves on the relationships we build with our Clients and these awards acknowledge our strong reputation of establishing productive relationships based upon trust, integrity and partnership.”

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