“Going the Extra Mile” in Customer Focus

Customer Focus Award Photo_Winner2Seymour were invited by Northumbrian Water to attend their annual “Going the Extra Mile” Awards 2014.

The awards scheme recognises excellence in delivery by organisations, teams or individuals that have gone the extra mile and were open to all of the NWL framework contractors, consultants and suppliers.

We were delighted to win the award in the Customer Focus Category for the Benfieldside Road Flood Protection Scheme in Consett.

 

 

 

Barkers Haugh Project wins ICE Robert Stephenson Award 2014

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) North East has highlighted projects across the region with accolades in this year’s prestigious Robert Stephenson Awards.

Projects in South Shields and Durham took the top two awards for 2014, with engineering work in Redcar and South Shields receiving commendations. Presented by the President of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), Geoff French, at ICE North East’s annual dinner, the awards recognised projects in the Under £4m and Over £4m categories.Barkers Haugh - IMG_4439

In the Under £4m section, Northumbrian Water Ltd, Mott MacDonald, Montgomery Watson Harza Treatment Ltd, Seymour Civil Engineering Ltd, and AMEC Environment & Infrastructure UK Ltd took the top award for work to create a new inlet at Barkers Haugh Sewage Treatment Works, in Durham.

CECA Project of the Decade 2013 – Seymour Commended

Seymour have been commended by CECA North East at their Prestigious Annual Awards Ceremony.

Seymour won the Project of the Year award in 2010 for the Newland Court Flood Alleviation Project for Northumbrian Water.

We are pleased to announce that this project has now been commended in the Project of the Decade Awards!

 

Award Photo

 

Going the Extra Mile!

GEM Award 2013 Customer Focus

GEM Award 2013
Customer Focus

Seymour were invited by Northumbrian Water to attend their “Going the Extra Mile” Awards 2013.

The awards scheme recognises excellence in delivery by organisations, teams or individuals that have gone the extra mile and were open to all of the NWL framework contractors, consultants and suppliers.

We were delighted to receive an award in the Customer Focus Category for Risk Reduction in Property Flooding.

We were also part of the winning team who received an award in the Creative Category for a Flood Alleviation Scheme at Winterbottom Avenue in Hartlepool to protect 10 homes affected by annual flooding.

Highly Commended at RICS Rennaissance Awards 2013

_TJB Signature0001Seymour were delighted to receive a “Highly Commended Award” in the Infrastructure category at the prestigious RICS Renaissance Awards 2013 for the Longbenton Flood Alleviation Scheme in Newcastle for Northumbrian Water.

The scheme was designed to reduce flooding to 80 properties in the Longbenton / Forrest Hall area. This required extensive modification to the existing sewer network involving excavations adjacent to houses, schools, local businesses and a Health Centre.

The success of the project was ensured by proactive stakeholder management and a very close working relationship formed between, Seymour Civil Engineering, Northumbrian Water and the designer MWH.

 

CECA Awards Dinner Friday 9th November 2012

CECA Commendation Award for “Project of the Year 2012”

Kevin J Byrne Collecting the Award with Lynn Preston, NWL Project Manager for the Longbenton Flood Alleviation Scheme

Seymour Civil Engineering Ltd were pleased to receive a Commendation Award in response to  our entry for The Civil Engineering Contractors Association (North East) “Project of the Year 2012”. The project submitted was Longbenton Flood Alleviation which has already received two awards from Northumbrian Water’s Going the Extra Mile (GEM) Awards.

The scheme was designed to reduce flooding to 80 properties in the Longbenton / Forrest Hall area. This required extensive modification to the existing sewer network involving excavations adjacent to houses, schools, local businesses and a Health Centre. The work included construction of 1.9km of sewers and a 10,500 cubic meter holding tank 105m x 50m x 3m.

The success of the project was ensured by proactive stakeholder management and a very close working relationship formed between, Seymour Civil Engineering, Northumbrian Water and the designer MWH.