The biennial (Civil Engineering Contractors Association) CECA Excellence Awards 2018 were presented recently at the CECA Annual Dinner at the Clayton Hotel Burlington Road, Dublin.
The Overall Winner of CECA Excellence Award 2018 was Luas Cross City by Sisk, Steconfer joint Venture, which also won the “Over €10m” category. The Alexandra Basin Redevelopment by Roadridge and L&M Keating was highly commended in Over €10m category.
The winner of the “€5m-10m” award category” was Osberstown Underbridge by John Sisk and Son (Holdings) Ltd. Kent Station New Entrance Building and Subway by SIAC Construction Ltd was highly commended in the category.
In the ‘€2m-€5m’ award category Carlingford Ferry in Greenore, Co Louth and Greencastle, Co Down by L&M Keating Ltd was the overall winner with Waterford City Public Realm by Murphy International Ltd being highly commended.
In the ‘Under €2m’ award category Limerick Smarter Travel Contract 2.1: Rheobogue to UL by John Cradock Ltd was the overall winner with Lahinch Promenade Refurbishment Works by L&M Keating Ltd being highly commended.
The “Best Health & Safety Initiative” was jointly awarded to Your Safe Path by Roadbridge and Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS)-Prevention Initiative by Murphy International Ltd.
Presenting the awards, Tim Ahern, Chairman of the judging panel said that the awards seek to honour the passionate work of CECA members across all aspects of the industry.
“From small businesses to companies generating hundreds of millions in turnover every year, the awards are intended to recognise the diverse work carried out by our members,” he said. “These awards document the excellent work members have completed over the last five years when Ireland’s infrastructure was brought to a world-class standard.”
The next CECA Excellence Awards will take place in 2020.