We are thrilled to announce that our groundbreaking project, the Eastman Sea Outfall Slip Lining Project, has been shortlisted for not just one, but two prestigious industry awards. The project has been nominated for the ‘Best Marine Civil Project’ award at the 2023 European Commercial Marine Awards (ECMA’s) award and ‘The Roy Edwards Award’ ICE Wales Award. These nominations reflect our commitment to excellence and innovation in the field of marine civil engineering.
The ECMA’s awards, are held annually in Southampton at the Seaworks Exhibition and aim to recognise outstanding achievements in the marine civil engineering sector. Our Eastman Sea Outfall Slip Lining Project has been recognised as one of the top contenders in the ‘Best Marine Civil Project’ category. This nomination is a testament to our team’s tireless efforts, dedication, and technical expertise.
The Eastman Sea Outfall Slip Lining Project has been a milestone undertaking for our company. Located in an environmentally sensitive area, this project involved the slip lining of an existing sea outfall pipeline to improve effluent discharge efficiency and environmental impact. The slip lining technique was chosen to minimise disruption to the marine ecosystem during the construction stages, ensuring a sustainable and environmentally friendly solution for discharge management.
Several challenges marked the project, including the tidal environment, adverse weather conditions, complex engineering requirements, and stringent environmental regulations. Our team tackled these obstacles professionally, ingeniously, and collaboratively. By successfully completing the Eastman Sea Outfall Slip Lining Project, we have demonstrated our commitment to delivering projects of the highest quality, even in the face of adversity.
In addition to the ECMA Award nomination, our project has also been shortlisted for ‘The Roy Edwards Award’ ICE Wales Award. The ICE Wales Awards celebrate excellence and innovation in civil engineering projects across Wales. The nomination recognises the exceptional engineering specialism and techniques, environmental considerations, planning and overall impact of the project.
We eagerly anticipate the announcement of the results at the ICE Wales Cymru Awards Celebration 2023. This black-tie event, to be held on September 22nd at the Marriott in Cardiff, will bring together industry leaders, professionals, and stakeholders to celebrate the best of Welsh civil engineering. Regardless of the outcome, being shortlisted for ‘The Roy Edwards Award’ is a remarkable achievement and a testament to the exceptional work carried out by our team.
We are proud to have been shortlisted for both the ‘Best Marine Civil Project’ award at the ECMA’s Seaworks awards and ‘The Roy Edwards Award’ at the ICE Wales Awards. These nominations highlight our commitment to delivering exceptional results in marine civil engineering, while prioritising environmental sustainability and technical excellence.
As we eagerly await the awards presentation at the ICE Wales Cymru Awards Celebration 2023, we reflect on the impact and significance of the project. Its success stands as a testament to the capabilities of our company and our dedication to pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the field of marine civil engineering. Regardless of the outcome, this project has already earned its place as a remarkable achievement in our portfolio, setting new standards for excellence in our industry.