Awards

Constructing Excellence National Award Winner

Constructing Excellence National Award Winner

We are delighted to be a Constructing Excellence National Award Winner for our 'Young Achiever'.

Congratulations to Hayley Smith, Structural Engineer, based at our office in Hull who, not only won the local Construction Best Practice Award for Young Achiever of the Year Award in October, but has now won the National Young Achiever Award at the Construction Best Practice Awards Dinner held on Friday 30 November at the Tower Hotel in London.

Certificate of Excellence

Certificate of Excellence

Mason Clark Associates were delighted to be awarded with a Certificate of Excellence for their part in the Raywell Valley Flood Alleviation Scheme at the ICE Yorkshire & Humber Awards 2012.

The construction of the scheme, by Galliford Try, which was started in April 2011, was completed in August 2011. 

The Raywell Flood Attenuation Scheme has been designed to hold back 18 million litres (4m gallons) of water in a series of terraced lagoons in the event of a 1 in 75 year rainfall event.  The team faced a number of technical challenges associated with the construction of the lagoons which they overcame. 

The scheme was submited to the ICE Yorkshire & Humber Awards 2012 for the Centenary Award and the team were thrilled to be awarded with the Certificate of Excellence along with the East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Galliford Try. 

Photo shows (from left to right) Russ Towse - East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC), Mike Ball - ERYC, John Clark - MD Mason Clark Associates, Rhianna Rose - ICE Yorkshire, Richard Coackley - ICE President, Andy McLachlan - ERYC, Peter Towle - Mason Clark Associates and Gerry Frisby - ERYC. 

ICE Awards - April 2010

ICE Awards - April 2010

At the recent ICE Awards Ceremony Mason Clark Associates were amongst those who were highly commended for one of their projects. Together with The East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Wold Construction we won a major construction industry award for our innovative design work to prevent future flooding in East Yorkshire.

As well as minimising the potential for further flooding, we were asked to achieve sustainable solutions, minimising the need for further spending.

In making the award, the ICE judges said that we showed a great willingness to experiment and learn by doing.

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