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House of Lords hosts ICW awards

19 December 2016

Held at the House of Lords earlier this month, the Collaborative Working Awards included nine trophies for companies and individuals.

Organised by the Institute for Collaborative Working (ICW), the event also included the announcement for the launch of the ISO 44001 International Standard for Collaborative Working.

The first presentation on the night went to Siemens with BAM Nuttall as winner of the Collaborative Pathfinder category.

This was followed by the Public/Private Sector Collaboration trophy, won by Leeds City Council with Carillion, followed by the Industry to Industry award received by Kier Highways Alliance.

Emcor UK enjoyed two successes at the event, winning the Collaborative Skills development category and also Collaborative Innovation, which in won in partnership with BAe Systems.

Kier Alliance Partners won the Supply Chain award and the D B Freight was presented with the Chairman's Special Recognition prize.

Awards were presented to deserving individuals including Collaborative Leader, won by HS2's Simon Kirby, and Emerging Collaborative Leader, presented to Skanska's Naomi Redman.

Further to the above, BS 11000 certifications were additionally presented to Abellio/Scot Rail, Govia/Thameslink Rail, Harris Critical Networks and TXM Plant.

Announcing the ISO 44001 standard, ICW's David Hawkins and BSI's Frank Lee informed attendees that this had been based on principles within BS 11000.

The journey to launch of the new ISO began in 2003 with the launch of the CRAFT methodology that led to the launch of BS 11000 in 2010 and PAS 11000 in 2006.


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