TWIN WINS


Flying the flag for the highway maintenance industry, A-one+ walked away with two winners trophies last Friday at the prestigious Committed to Construction in Humberside and West Yorkshire Awards 2017(CCIHWY 17).

Barrier Master product won ‘Committed to Innovation’ award and Sculp LED gantry lighting won ‘Committed to Sustainability’.

 A-one+ were also shortlisted for collaborative working, social value and team of the year categories for other schemes and initiatives including the M62 4000 tonnes highway maintenance scheme, A63 City of Culture event crossing and our Customer Hub.

Highway maintenance based work being recognised alongside traditional construction work is really important given the vital part it plays in protecting and enhancing the region’s economic well-being.

https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/578684839852941312/2b8nCxDF.jpegThe Committed to Construction in Humberside and West Yorkshire Awards 2017(CCIHWY 17) is endorsed by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).

It is the region’s premier construction event and a showcase for the professionalism, excellence and innovation at the heart of the Humber and West Yorkshire’s construction community.

Feature image left to right back row first; Paul Ellis, Les Harris, David Allison, Karen Gaunt, Andrew Sharp, Thomas Coleman, Mark Ramsden (Highways England), Antony Firth (Highways England), George Farmer and James Isherwood.

Barrier master award presentation

 

 

Led gantry lighting award presentation