Transport Project of the Year

Barking Riverside Overground Station

A game-changer for the local community, Barking Riverside Overground Station is part of a major new interchange for East London. The station has had an important social impact by facilitating connectivity both in and out of the area, aided further by improving access to employment, leisure and culture.

Barking Riverside Pier

Barking Riverside Pier is the new eastern terminus for the Thames Clipper Riverbus service on the Thames in London. The new stop for pedestrians and cyclists includes a floating pontoon, canting brow, timber boardwalk and viewing terrace, re-purposing the existing coaling pier for the old Barking Powerstation.

Halifax Bus Station Redevelopment

A comprehensive redevelopment of a steeply sloping island bus station site, providing modern concourse facilities with a focus on inclusion, safety, sustainability, biodiversity, and heritage. Three listed buildings within the bus station have been imaginatively integrated into the design to provide a focal town centre gateway to the new concourse.

Herring Bridge

Herring Bridge is a nationally significant infrastructure project and one of the largest complex civil engineering schemes undertaken by Norfolk County Council (NCC). Delivered by BAM-Farrans Joint Venture (BFJV), this complex design, civil and structural engineering project encompasses a double leaf bascule bridge and upgrade to 2.8km of highway infrastructure.

HS2 Chiltern Tunnel

The 16.1km long twin-bore tunnels through the Chiltern Hills are the longest railway tunnels in the UK since the channel tunnel. These were constructed to preserve Buckinghamshire’s area of outstanding natural, and to protect large swathes of ancient woodland within the alignment.

London Gatwick Rapid Exit Taxiway

This project was required to optimise air traffic flow, reduce delays and environmental impact at Gatwick Airport. AtkinsRéalis and PJ Hegarty were selected to undertake ECI, which marked the start of a collaboration that continued into construction and successful delivery of the taxiway amidst challenging airfield construction constraints.

University Station Redevelopment

Originally designed for 400,000 annual passengers, University Station became tired and constrained, carrying three million passengers annually. More than just a station, it has now been redeveloped to become a gateway for the area, with increased capacity, better facilities and public realm, and improved connections to nearby universities and hospitals.