Transport for London (TfL) has announced the winners of its Supplier Awards 2018, recognising the contribution that a wide range of companies from across the country make to running and improving transport in London.
There were more than 100 submissions for the nine different awards, with the winners as follows:
- Collaboration – Telent
- Best Health Initiative - Ferrovial Agroman Laing O’Rourke JV
- Best Safety Initiative - Dragados
- Best Environmental Initiative – Mott MacDonald
- Best Apprenticeship Scheme – Morson International
- Best initiative for increasing those underrepresented in the workplace – Fujitsu (Winner), K&M McLoughlin Decorating (Special Recognition)
- Best Efficiencies – Telent
- Best Innovation – Go-Ahead London
- Best SME – K&M McLoughlin Decorating
TfL also announced that Taylor Woodrow BAM Nuttall was recognised as its Supplier of the Year for 2018 for its approach to collaborative working, enabling them, to work with TfL in an honest and proactive way, as well as for its high safety ethos and performance.
Taylor Woodrow BAM Nuttall was also commended for its involvement in upgrading Bond Street and Victoria Tube stations, which are now more spacious and offer step-free access, helping to ensure that the stations are accessible to all customers, including disabled or older customers, parents or carers with buggies and people with heavy luggage.
David Wylie, chief procurement officer at TfL, said: “We are thrilled to be celebrating the different activities and efforts of our suppliers at our Supplier Awards 2018 at the London Transport Museum as they continue to play a vital part in keeping London moving.
“Working together with our supply chain is essential to successfully creating and implementing innovative solutions, delivering better value for money, and improving our customers’ experiences.
“As was the case at our first awards last year, there was strong competition and it was challenging to choose who should win.
“Our congratulations go to all of the winning and shortlisted suppliers, as they all deserve to be recognised.”