DP World London Gateway has won the “Construction and Engineering Project of the Year” award at the National Transport Awards 2014.
The National Transport Awards recognise the successes achieved on national and local transport projects and are supported by the UK Government’s Department for Transport.
London Gateway beat stiff competition from the Highways Agency and Gatwick Airport to win the prestigious award.
“This award recognises the innovation, ambition and technical excellence that characterises everything we do at DP World London Gateway,” said Simon Moore, DP World London Gateway CEO.
“Being awarded National Transport Project of the Year is a credit to the team. The award is a reflection of their hard work and commitment to building Britain’s new national hub port and Europe’s largest logistics park,” said Andrew Bowen, Engineering Director, DP World London Gateway.
Image from left to right: Jeremy Vine; Liz Barker, Engineering Coordinator; Cieran Bayley, Electrical Services Engineer; Lesleyann Beardwell, Technical Team Assistant; Ben Brewerton-Owen, Logistics Park Project Manager.