This will be the 14th year for the Brownfield Briefing Awards, which will once again recognise all that is best practice in the remediation sector by UK-based companies. With the economic, social, legal and environmental challenges that the industry has faced during the last few years, we believe we can look forward to some of the most innovative entries to date. These highly regarded awards will be extensively promoted across the industry and trade press to recognise the hard work and creative solutions being applied to the projects by entrants.
The Awards Gala Dinner, which takes place in London on 27 September, provides the brownfield community with a chance to celebrate excellence, undertake some relaxed networking with peers, enjoy some quality entertainment and have a great night out! You will begin the evening with a champagne reception and mingle with industry peers before the dinner and ceremony get underway. Then enjoy a delicious three-course meal with wine and celebrate the achievements of your peers, or maybe you’ll be picking up an award yourself! Then continue networking in the hotel bar once the ceremony has finished.So whether you want to network with peers, invite your clients, or reward your team for a year of hard work, the Brownfield Briefing Awards is an event not to be missed!
Nominations for the 2018 Awards are now CLOSED!
For more information on the 2018 Awards criteria click here.
Deadline for entries was 29th June 2018.
TABLE BOOKINGS FOR THE GALA DINNER HAVE NOW SOLD OUT!
Date: Thursday 27 September, 2018
Venue: Tower Hotel London, St Katharine's Way London E1W 1LD
1. Best use of a combination of remediation techniques
2. Best in situ treatment
3. Best conceptual design - Sponsored by Carus/GeoStream UK
4. Best scoping or operation of a site investigation
5. Best project closure/verification process - Sponsored by NHBC
6. Best public participation (including use of visualisation)
7. Best re-use of materials on a project
8. Best science/laboratory advance
9. Best digital innovation in brownfield
10. Best urban regeneration project
11. Best brownfield infrastructure project - Sponsored by Groundsure
12. Best biodiversity enhancement (including SuDS)
13. Brownfield project of the year - NEW FOR 2018 - Sponsored by Waterman Group
14. Best Young Brownfield Professional - Sponsored by Seed Environmental
|Alex Ferguson, Managing Director, Delta Simons|
|Lisa Hathway, Principal Land Quality Engineer, NHBC|
|Jonathan Atkinson, Technical Specialist Groundwater & Contaminated Land, Environment Agency|
|Jonathan Steeds, Technical Director, Atkins|
|Frank Wescott, Director, Westenviro|
|Richard Boyle, Senior Technical Manager, Homes England|
|Christine Mardle, Technical Director, WSP|
|Stephan Jefferis, Director, Environmental Geotechnics|
|James Cartwright, Director, McAuliffe|
|Ian Grant, Editorial Director, Environment Analyst|
|David Rudland, Contaminated Land Officer and Remediation Project Manager, Swindon Borough Council|
|Clive Boyle, Managing Director, CRB Environmental|
|Ann Barker, Lead Officer Contaminated Land, Environmental Health, City of Bradford MDC|
Beautiful Brownfields photo competition
Held at the gala dinner following the Brownfield Briefing Awards, this competition aims to celebrate the artistic, unusual and extraordinary characteristics of brownfield land. This is your chance to express your take on what makes a beautiful brownfield.
Prize: A free ticket to a Brownfield Briefing conference of your choice
How to enter: Please send your photographs to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line 'Beautiful Brownfields Photo Competition'. Entry is free and you can submit up to 5 photographs.