The hard work and ingenuity of the GRAHAM Liverpool Churchill Way Flyovers team has been rewarded with the “Constructability Award” at this year’s ICE North West Civil Engineering Awards.
The prestigious awards recognise “excellence and imaginative concepts” in civil engineering practice across the region.
The Constructability Award is presented to projects that demonstrate innovation and a “collaborative approach” to temporary works and buildability.
The full list of award winners was announced online on Thursday 2nd April.
In the face of stiff competition from nine other entrants, our deconstruction of the Churchill Way Flyovers was recognised by the judges as a “highly complex scheme successfully completed within a busy city centre”
Delivering lasting impact
Commenting on the success, Dave Brown, GRAHAM Highways Director, echoed the praise of the judges:
“We are delighted to have been honoured by the ICE with this Constructability Award, and I want to thank all of the team who made this significant engineering project possible. Indeed, the deconstruction of the Churchill Way Flyovers is categorised as one of the most complex highways engineering schemes in the UK. In keeping with our vision, this is an exemplar scheme that has delivered lasting impact for the residents and commuters of Liverpool.”