Project win for scheme

Jonathan Lunn (Turner & Townsend), Sarah Clemmetsen (Arup), Reg Tranter (Heyrod Construction), Professor Barry Clarke (ICE President), Professor David Toll (Chairman, ICE North East), Chris Kilcran (Shepherd Construction), Tony Quinn (Narec), Neil Matthias (Shepherd Construction), Andrew Constantine (Shepherd Construction), Colin Sargeant (Shepherd Construction), Alan Smith (Turner & Townsend), David Hailes (Narec).
Jonathan Lunn (Turner & Townsend), Sarah Clemmetsen (Arup), Reg Tranter (Heyrod Construction), Professor Barry Clarke (ICE President), Professor David Toll (Chairman, ICE North East), Chris Kilcran (Shepherd Construction), Tony Quinn (Narec), Neil Matthias (Shepherd Construction), Andrew Constantine (Shepherd Construction), Colin Sargeant (Shepherd Construction), Alan Smith (Turner & Townsend), David Hailes (Narec).
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Staff at a leading Blyth company are celebrating after winning a top award.

The National Renewable Energy Centre (Narec) scheme was named top in the over £4m category at the Robert Stephenson Awards.

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) North East organise the awards every year, with two prizes on offer, including an award for the top project costing less than £4m.

Among the companies involved in the scheme were Narec, Red Box Design, Shepherd Construction, Arup, Turner & Townsend and Heyrod Construction, with representatives on hand to receive the award at a special dinner organised by the ICE.

Speaking about the project, judges said: “This scheme demonstrated great technical ingenuity in both the design and construction process.

“The judges were impressed by the integration of the entire team of client, designer, main contractor and subcontractors and felt that this integration was a large factor in the overall success of the project.”