C2V+, a VolkerStevin and Jacobs joint venture, and United Utilities was awarded the Utility Project of the Year Award at the British Construction Industry Awards (BCIA) for their work on the Morecambe WwTW Catchment Strategy project.
C2V+ worked collaboratively with United Utilities to undertake major improvements as part of United Utilities’ £72m wastewater treatment system upgrade within the Morecambe Bay catchment. The scope of works involved the commissioning and optimisation of the new Nereda treatment process, along with the innovative solution developed to comply with the site’s tidal discharge requirements.
Congratulations also go out to two other VolkerStevin projects that were shortlisted in the BCIA: the Fairhaven to Church Scar coastal protection scheme team and our customer experience programme, Xceed.
The prestigious BCIA, in partnership with ICE and the New Civil Engineer, have been running for over 30 years and seek to recognise and reward excellence in project delivery and the incredible impact that the British construction industry has on society.
Sean McCallion, VolkerStevin framework director, said: “To win this prestigious award is a great achievement for the whole team, and a real testament to their collaboration and commitment to the “one team, one aim” approach over the past five years on the project. As a result, a fantastic quality product for the town of Morecambe and a huge well done to all involved.”