Success for Amey at the CIHT Awards 2022

22 September 2022
Amey employees on stage at the CIHT annual awards.
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Teams from across Amey have been celebrating after being recognised at this year’s prestigious Chartered Institution for Highways and Transport (CIHT) awards 2022.

The awards, held in London on 7 September, saw the teams pick up the following accolades:

· Won - Healthy Transport Award - Amey Consulting - Liverpool City Centre Connectivity: The Strand Phase 1 -

· Highly Commended – Collaboration Award - Amey - SIMULATE Live Lab Programme -

· Highly Commended - Technology and Innovation Award - Amey- Feedback Loop Playbook - Asset Data Delivery Model (Area 10) - Delivering operational excellence across Amey

· Highly Commended – Infrastructure Award - Amey Consulting - Kincardine Bridge

· Commended - EDI Initiative of the Year Award - A66 Northern Trans-Pennine - Inclusion Action Plan

· Commended – Research Initiative of the Year - Amey - Understanding Gipave, a Graphene-Enhanced Asphalt - Academia research paves the way for the use of graphene-enhanced asphalt “Gipave” (

· Commended - Team of the Year Award - Amey - A collaborative approach to delivering innovation in Kent - Kent County Council reflects on ADEPT Live Labs successes (

· Commended - Creating Better Places Award - Amey Consulting - Liverpool City Centre Connectivity: The Strand Phase 1 -

· Commended - Infrastructure Award - Amey Consulting - M60 Junction 1 to 2, Kings Reach to Abney Hall

· Commended - Infrastructure Award - Amey Consulting - Liverpool City Centre Connectivity: The Strand Phase 1

Rodney Moffett, Sector Director - Consulting Highways, Amey Consulting said: “We are thrilled to have been recognised at the CIHT Awards, including winning the ‘Healthy Transport Award’ alongside Liverpool City Council for our contribution to decarbonising transport and improving public health. A common thread among our entries was sustainability and our ability to collaborate with our clients and partners to solve complex problems and improve the lives of current and future generations. Well done to all involved.”

Andy Denman, Highways Sector Director at Amey, said: "I'm delighted that we have been so successful at this year’s CIHT awards. Having our teams recognised for our collaborative approach with our clients to drive innovation and technology, is reflective to the great people who form our organisation.”

This year Amey was shortlisted for nine awards, covering a variety of categories from infrastructure and design to collaboration. To find out more about the winners, visit CIHT Annual Awards Ceremony 2022.


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