Sellafield Ltd was a finalist in 3 categories at the prestigious Association for Project Management Awards (APM) in London this week.
These global awards celebrate project organisations, individuals and projects from across a broad range of sectors and their incredible achievements over the past year.
The finalist categories were:
- Special Nuclear Material Containment Wall Project – Engineering, Construction and Infrastructure Project of the Year category
- Charlotte Brew, sub project manager – Young Project Professional of the Year category
- The Programme and Project Partners – APM Sustainability category
Reece Carlisle, from the Sellafield Ltd containment wall project, said:
It was great to receive recognition for our project, that’s involved providing a robust containment and in-bleed ventilation system in a complex and challenging area to enable the safe and secure remediation of legacy inventories in a high-hazard facility.
Meanwhile Charlotte Brew, one of our sub project managers who was shortlisted in the ‘Young Project Professional of the Year’ category said:
It was a great honour to be shortlisted for my work, leading the first ever active deployment of a quadruped robot in a radiological area.
This has supported the clean-up mission, improved safety and efficiency for both nuclear operators and the wider workforce as well as accelerating high hazard reduction.
It was an exciting project to be a part of and I’m very thankful for all of the support I received.
Finally, The Programme and Project Partners (PPP) was highlighted in the APM Sustainability category.
PPP is delivering up to £7 billion of critical national infrastructure using a 20-year partnership and adopting sustainability with a specific strategic deliverable to ‘achieve long term business resilience and success whilst contributing positively to the economy, society and the environment’.
PPP is embedding sustainability principles into all of its projects.
APM Project Management Awards 2023
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