National Highways Industry Awards



With a new focus on industry partners, we have 15 awards categories celebrating the best in project design and delivery, carbon reduction and environmental stewardship and customer focused teams across our supply chain.


National Highways Industry Awards

This year's finalists


It's always difficult deciding on a short list, given the high quality of your submissions.

After much careful deliberation by our judges, we're pleased to announce this year's finalists:



Finalists in the category of Customer are:

Driving for change 

Costain Jacobs Partnership

A45/A6 Chowns Mill Roundabout

The contract was delivered through the East Midlands Asset Delivery (EMAD) Team.

Principal Contractor on the scheme was Carnell with complete collaboration across the team with CWF Contractors, J McCann & Co Ltd, Tarmac, Chevron Traffic Management, WJ, Roocroft, Ground Control and National Highways Media/Comms.

Public Liaison on A43 Resurfacing Project

Tarmac Trading Limited


M6J19 Beam Installation


Going the Extra Mile for Customers on the A63

Tilbury Douglas Construction

A19 Testo’s Junction


Balfour Beatty Atkins customer team

Balfour Beatty

A new approach to collaboration by the RDP North Customer Community of Practice


Customer experience on the M1T3 scheme

Costain Galliford Try

Jon Pettman - Trac Management Manager, M6J19 Improvement scheme


Customer focused champion of the year – James Butt

Morgan Sindall

Michaela Maunders

Balfour Beatty



Finalists in the category of Delivery are:



Warm Mix Asphalts - Specification Development

MPA Asphalt in collaboration with Eurobitume UK, National Highways

Low carbon thermal road repair system

Nick Denning

A585 - Windy Harbour to Skippool - changing sustainability culture

Kier Highways

A63 - a sustainable compound

Balfour Beatty

A590 - Changing design behaviour to deliver net zero

National Highways, Aggregate Industries UK Ltd, Amey Consulting, AE Yates

Extrudakerb Concrete Barrier - A63 Case Study

Extrudakerb (Maltby Engineering) Limited

Intelliframe - an innovative solution to delivering carbon efficiencies whilst improving road user experience

Highway Resource Solutions (HRS)

VolkerLaser Access Solutions



Balfour Beatty Highways Social Value Approach

Balfour Beatty

Diversity and Inclusion

Taffy Chaduka (Costain)

Giving our people freedom to perform


A19 Testo's Junction


Chevron's response and commitment to employee wellbeing during the pandemic

Chevron Traffic Management

Kier Highways Area 4 - France border closure December 2020

Kier Highways Ltd Area 4



Finalists in the category of Safety are:

A585 Windy Harbour to Skippool - Going Home Safe Every Day

Kier Highways

Digitising the M25


A19 Testo's Junction


Developing a common and consistent standard of testing and inspection for IPV safety cushions

Connect Plus, Balfour Beatty, Amey, Kier and Ringway working with specialist contractors King Highway, Acklea, Highway Care and Blakedale.

SiteZone Proximity Warning System and Smart Bubble collaboration on the A30 project

Flannery Plant Hire Ltd


A transformational approach to occupational road risk

FM Conway

Understanding unplanned incidents and reducing casualties


Operating MOVA Control with the Urban64 system

Tilbury Douglas Construction

StopThink! training - transformational change

Osborne Infrastructure Limited

Genny First initiative

J McCann and Co Limited

A-One+ Seven Million Reasons

A-One Integrated Highway Services

Healthier Highways on the M25

Connect Plus working in partnership with Steve Perkins Associates

Balfour Beatty Highways Safety and Wellbeing strategy

Balfour Beatty

FALCON ACLM®: National Highways, Kier, Highway Care, Connect Plus M25: An outstanding contribution to health, safety and wellbeing

Kier Highways, Highway Care

Industry wide contribution

Outstanding contribution to the highways industry

Outstanding contribution to the highways industry - Tony Scutt


Mike Weaver


Tony Slater, Alliance Manager

SMP Alliance


Our brochure contains the full details on all categories for our 2020-21 Industry Awards.



The venue for the award ceremony on 10 February 2022 will be:

ICC, Birmingham
8 Centenary Square
Birmingham, B1 2EA


The nearest train station is Birmingham New Street.

From the station by foot:

Head up to Victoria Square and follow the signs to Centenary Square, the ICC and Arena Birmingham.

Enter Centenary Square and walk straight towards the ICC, passing the Library of Birmingham and Rep Theatre on your right.


Last year's winners