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Brownfield Awards 2021

 14 October | Online

About the Brownfield Awards

This year's virtual event will be the 17th year for these highly regarded Awards, which celebrate excellence across a range of categories in the brownfield and contaminated land sector. They recognise the outstanding achievements made by individuals and organisations, through the use of innovative techniques, awareness of sustainability, engagement of stakeholders and demonstration of best practice

Entries for the 2021 Awards are now closed.

Building on the success of the 2020 ceremony, this year’s event will also take place virtually and promises to bring an evening of celebration and entertainment. Don’t miss out on this highly-acclaimed, industry event.

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2021 Shortlist

Category 1 - Best Project Preparatory Work

 

Category 2 - Best Scientific/Technical/Digital Advance or Innovation

  • AECOM for their entry Maydown

  • Atkins Limited for their entry Automated AGS Screening Tool

  • WSP UK Ltd for their entry Abbey Consols Metal Mine Remediation Design

Category 3 - Best Industry Innovation / Adaptation To Covid-19

  • Sanctus Limited for their entry Freeks Farm

  • Wood, National Grid, Erith, RSK for their entry COVID-19: Dedication, Collaboration And Innovation To Keep Sites Open

  • AECOM for their entry Lower Thames Crossing

  • Celtic Technologies Ltd for their entry Tank Source Remediation Works Using An Enclosure

  • Arcadis (UK) Limited and Vale Europe Limited for their entry Acton Refinery Decommissioning, Demolition And Remediation

 

Category 4 - Best Public Engagement And Participation

  • Deetu (On Behalf Of Blueprint) for their entry Shaping The Heart Of Nottingham Waterside - Trent Basin

  • AECOM for their entry Clarecastle

  • St. Modwen (Developments Limited) for their entry St. Modwen 'love' Community Theme

 

Category 5 - Best Application Of Remediation Technologies

  • Deep Soil Mixing Ltd for their entry London Housing

  • Vertase FLI for their entry Former Gasworks, Creiff

  • Seed Environmental Ltd & Cornelsen for their entry Thermal Remediation At A Domestic Property

  • Celtic Technologies Ltd for their entry Tank Source Remediation Works Using An Enclosure

  • Northern Gas Networks, Sweco UK Limited And Geo2 Remediation Limited for their entry Hubble, Bubble Tar From Rubble – Keswick High Pressure Gas Site Thermal Remediation

Category 6 - Best Remediation Of A Smaller Site

  • Seed Environmental Ltd for their entry Thermal Remediation At A Domestic Property

  • Arcadis for their entry In Situ Remediation Of An Active Laundry Site For Protection Of Drinking Water Abstraction

  • Northern Gas Networks, Sweco UK Limited And Geo2 Remediation Limited for their entry Hubble, Bubble Tar From Rubble – Keswick High Pressure Gas Site Thermal Remediation

Category 7 - Best Project Closure/Verification

  • Atkins Limited for their entry Robust Conceptualisation

  • Arcadis (UK) Limited and Vale Europe Limited for their entry Acton Refinery Decommissioning, Demolition And Remediation

Category 8 - Best Re-use Of Materials

  • Deep Soil Mixing Ltd for their entry HS2

  • 4R Group for their entry Restoration Of Rossington Colliery

  • AECOM for their entry Swinden Quarry

  • Soilfix Limited and Idom Merebrook Limited for their entry Landfill Remediation At Freeks Farm, Burgess Hill

  • WSP for their entry Littlebrook Power Station Reclamation

  • Keltbray and Skanska for their entry Project Wellesley, Worthy Down

  • Vertase FLI for their entry Landfill At Emerson's Green

Category 9 - Best Urban Regeneration/ Brownfield Scheme

  • BAE Systems for their entry Dargavel Village

  • Peel L&P for their entry Peel L&P's Wirral Waters

  • RPS for their entry Remediation Of East Tip, Haulbowline Island

  • U+I for their entry Circus Street

  • McAuliffe Group for their entry HS2 Curzon Street

  • U+I for their entry The Old Vinyl Factory

Category 10 - Best International Project

  • Mott Macdonald for their entry New Jersey Turnpike Authority, Parkway Maintenance (District 6) Remediation

  • AECOM for their entry Revive Vynckier

  • RPS for their entry PFAS Investigation And Management Program, Australian Government Department Of Defence

  • RSK for their entry Technology Transfer And Export Of Remediation Knowledge To Africa

Category 11 - Best Public Sector/Not For Profit Led Project

Category 12 - Best Infrastructure Project

  • Costain Skankska Joint Venture for their entry Costain Skanska JV - HS2 Enabling Works South

  • EPS for their entry Fuel Infrastructure Compliance, Ranking And Management

  • Sanctus Limited for their entry Richborough Energy Park

  • McAuliffe Group for their entry HS2 Curzon Street

Category 13 - Best Biodiversity Enhancement

Category 15 - Best Young Brownfield Professional

  • Rebecca Fagan, WSP

  • Lee Anderson, EPS Ltd

  • Sean Collier, AECOM

  • Rae Watney, Leeds City Council

  • Emma Toms, AECOM

  • Jessica Shaw, Arcadis

  • Clare Crossan, AECOM

  • Beverley Okeke, AECOM

 

2021 Categories

  1. Best Project Preparatory Work

  2. Best Scientific/Technical/Digital Advance or Innovation

  3. Best industry Innovation / Adaptation to Covid-19

  4. Best Public Engagement and Participation

  5. Best Application of Remediation Technologies

  6. Best Remediation of a Smaller Site

  7. Best Project Closure/Verification

  8. Best Re-use of Materials

  9. Best Urban Regeneration/ Brownfield scheme

  10. Best International Project

  11. Best Public Sector/Not for Profit Led Project

  12. Best Infrastructure Project

  13. Best Biodiversity Enhancement

  14. Judges’ Choice

  15. Best Young Brownfield Professional

For more information on each category and the criteria for entry click here.

2021 Judges

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IAN EVANS

Technical Director, Wood

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ALEX FERGUSON

Managing Director, Delta-Simons

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JAMES CARTWRIGHT

Director, McAuliffe

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FRANK WESTCOTT

Director, Westenviro

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IAN GRANT

Editorial Director, Environment Analyst

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JONATHAN ATKINSON

 Technical Specialist Groundwater & Contaminated Land, Environment Agency

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AMY JUDEN

Associate, The Environmental Protection Group Ltd

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LISA HATHWAY

Independent Consultant

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ANN BARKER

Lead Officer Contaminated Land, City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council

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RICHARD BOYLE

Senior Technical Manager, Homes England

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DAVID RUDLAND

Contaminated Land Officer and Remediation Project Manager, Swindon Borough Council

2020 Brownfield Awards

The 2020 Brownfield Awards were a big success, attracting over 250 industry professionals. Each attendee had access to their own dedicated virtual awards table, entertainment from our magician as well as an exclusive viewing of the live ceremony announcing the winners. So don’t miss out on this highly-acclaimed, industry event this year. You can check out last year’s winners and watch the ceremony below.

 

Beautiful Brownfields Photo Competition

The Beautiful Brownfields photography competition is now open for entries!


The Beautiful Brownfields photography competition aims to celebrate the artistic unusual and often extraordinary characteristics of brownfield land. If you see order in chaos, fantastic colour spectrums or a breathtaking panorama of a site mid-development, then why not enter this free competition? To enter please send your photos to bb.awards@environment-analyst.com or click the button below. Entries are limited to 3 photos per person. Please also include a photo title and description with each entry.


The winning photo will be judged on impact as well as its ability to fit the brief - seeing brownfield differently.

The deadline for entry is 30 July.

Below are some previous entries.