Although we do not measure our success solely on the number of awards to our name, we are very proud to be recognised for our involvement, and to have our achievements celebrated amongst other industry professionals. Here are some of our most recent accolades.
HOP Project, Pendennis achieved finalist status in the ‘Best Civil Engineering Project up to £10m’ category, at the prestigious Annual BCI Awards. The project was highly commended by the judges.
HOP were the designers for D&B Contractors, Raymond Brown on this great job, which consisted of a non-tidal new wet dock for Pendennis Superyachts at Falmouth. The development has vastly improved the efficiency in de-storing and recommissioning periods for vessels undergoing refit in Falmouth.
The Big Park Project: Constructing Excellence awards
In 2016 HOP was recognised in the Sustainability category for the Constructing Excellence Awards for our involvement in The Big Parks Project. The £2.1 million community-led project utilised a mix of highly visible renewable energy technology and durable low-maintenance construction materials in the refurbishment of this former derelict site. The Big Parks Project has helped to provide a great focal point for the community and facilities for local business.
Awarded Geoffrey Osborne Award for Innovation
HOP are very pleased to have won the Institution for Civil Engineers (South) Geoffrey Osbourne Award for Innovation presented by the then President of our Institution, Dr Jean Venables, on 19 June 2015 at the ICE South Awards Dinner. This was for the Civil Engineering Design of the roads and permeable paving drainage for the new school access, car park and sports court at Hurstpierpoint College, incorporating reduced flood risk by using Sustainable Urban Drainage (SUDS). The judges commented “…it was clear that the project paid a lot of attention to overcome problems to an exceptionally high innovative standard…a number of exceptional innovative solutions”.