NJUG Awards 2016 – Shortlist

18 Oct


After careful deliberation, the independent judges have announced the shortlist for the 2016 NJUG Awards:




Morrison Utility Services – Tackling Lone Worker Dangers in Street Works.

Balfour Beatty/South West Water Delivery Alliance – Sight Specific Initiative.

Avoiding Damage to Underground Assets 

LinesearchbeforeUdig – Increasing the accessibility and visibility of utility assets through a single portal.

Balfour Beatty – ‘The Journey Continues’ Cable Avoidance.

Keeping the Public Fully Informed 

Thames Water, eight20 – Team puts in ‘sparkling performance at Greville Street’.

National Grid/Balfour Beatty/tRIIO – Mains replacement communications pilot.

Minimising Disruption 

Thames Water, eight20 – Keeping life rolling at Swiss Cottage.

Skanska Construction UK Ltd/Transport for London – Working together to minimise disruption multi-utility diversion works at Ardleigh Green Bridge, Romford.


Thames Water/Acoustic Sensing Technology Ltd/Lanes and NRW Utilities Ltd – SewerBatt Prioritising Sewer Cleaning and CCTV.

Amey/United Utilities – Customer Courtesy Cover.

High Quality 

Stanmore Quality Surfacing Ltd/Oxford Plastic Ltd – SQS & Oxford Plastics Reinstatement Depth Gauge.

Kier/Anglian Water/Thames Water/Alliance Partners – Line in the sand.

Sustainable Methods and Materials 

Morrison Utility Services – Reducing the environmental impact of our streetworks.

Morrison Utility Services – Morrison Fleet & Plant Services – Driving Towards a Greener Fleet.

Thames Water, eight20 – eight20 achieving sustainable construction, from site operations to tea time treats.

Kelly Group – Reducing waste and emissions