IEMA Sustainability Impact Awards 2020

IEMA 2020 logoIn only its second year, IEMA’s Sustainability Impact Awards have attracted an impressive range of shortlisted projects, organisations and individuals across 21 categories.

Winners will be announced at an online event at 14:30 on Friday 18 September 2020.

You can register to watch the online ceremony here

Sarah Mukherjee, CEO of IEMASarah Mukherjee, CEO of IEMA, said ‘All the winners can be proud of their achievements – action to tackle the climate and environmental crises we face requires business and industry, civil society and our politicians to step up and lead the transformation and change needed’.

‘IEMA’s Sustainability Impact Awards 2020 provide a showcase for some of the best leadership and innovation from our members and the wider sustainability community. The winning entries highlight the vital role business and industry can and must play in transforming our world to a sustainable and green future – the leadership and inspiration provided by sustainability and environmental professionals is fundamental to that success’.

The IEMA Sustainability Impact Awards headline sponsor is VolkerWessels UK and sponsored by RRC International.

The categories and shortlisted entries are listed below:

  1. Best Team (Small Organisation): Advance London – London Waste and Recycling Board, Growing Space – Arcadia Charitable Trust, Legacy Events, Team Conserve – Conserve Green Building and MEP solutions
  2. Best Team (Large Organisation): Environmental and Planning Services – Wessex Water, Central Green Infrastructure Team – AECOM, Environment and Sustainability Team, Costain-Skanska Joint Venture (HS2 Enabling works), Heathrow Q6 Environment Team – Ferrovial Construction, Sustainability Group – Fugro GB Marine
  3. Sustainability Campaign (Public Sector): Bird Aware Solent – Bird Aware, Paper Smart Campaign – Bank of England, Green Award Programme – Public Works Authority
  4. Sustainability Campaign (Private Sector): Breaking the Plastic Habit – Canary Wharf Group, SDG Campaign – Dar Group, No Excuse for Single Use – EDF, Save Evie’s Whale – National Grid
  5. Sustainability Campaign (Not-for-profit/Charity): Growing Space – Arcadia Charitable Trust, LCR Year of Environment 2019 – Nature Connected
  6. Sustainability Strategy to Achieve Net Zero: Flightpath Net Zero – IAG, Bristol’s One City Climate Strategy – One City Approach – Climate Strategy and Evidence Base Team – City of Bristol, Cheshire East Carbon Neutral 2025 – Cheshire East Council, Resource Efficiency – Costain Vinci Bachy on Tideway East, Planning for Net Zero by 2025 – Schneider Electric, A Network for Net Zero – Adopting SF6 Alternatives – SSEN Transmission
  7. Transport and Infrastructure Project: Network Rail Decarbonisation Programme WS1 – Mott MacDonald, Dar es Salaam to Makutupora Standard Gauge Railway – Arup, HS2 Interchange Station – Arup and HS2, HS2 Enabling Works – Costain-Skanska Joint Venture, Resource Efficiency -Costain Vinci Bachy on Tideway East, Lynemouth Mine Water Treatment Station – JBA Bentley, A77 Maybole Bypass – Wills Bros Civil Engineering, HS2 Birmingham Curzon Street Station – WSP and HS2
  8. Construction Project: One and Five Bank Street – Canary Wharf Group, The Bacton to Walcott Coastal Management Scheme – Royal Haskoning DHV UK, North Norfolk District Council and Team Van Oord
  9. New Product Service or Technology: HydroloGIS: Optimising Nature-based Solutions – Viridian Logic, Natural Capital Laboratory – AECOM and Lifescape Project, Rio – Ditto Sustainability, Defibrillator, Free Payphone, Wi-Fi and USB Charging, Interactive Touchscreen – JCDecaux, Non-intrusive Cable Extraction (NICE) and Non-intrusive Tank Extraction (NITE) – JSM Group, Energy Storage Solution for Offshore Drilling Units – Seadrill Management
  10. Sustainable Organisation: Ignition DG, Follow Your Heart, Lavazza Professional, Peel L&P, Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), RSK Group, Schneider Electric, Useful Simple Trust
  11. Consultancy and Collaboration: Arup and Health Care Without Harm, High Speed 2 (HS2) Phase 2b – Ove Arup and partners, Atkins (Members of the SNC-Lavalin Group) and Heathrow Airport, Groundwork East, Temple Group, Westcountry Rivers Trust, Premier Foods and The Tamar Water Stewardship Business Board, Digital Steering Group – WSP, Mott MacDonald, Arcadis, Atkins, ERM, Arup, AECOM, Royal HaskoniningDHV, Quod, Sweco, Santec, Jacobs, Capita, Waterman, Barton Willmore
  12. Circular Economy: Techbuyer, Arup, BAM Nuttall, Ecobooth, Useful Simple Trust
  13. Biodiversity and Environmental Net Gain: Our Approach to Biodiversity Net Gain SSEN Transmission, Beaconsfield Eastern Relief Road – Buckinghamshire Council with Balfour Beatty and Santec, Biodiversity Action Plan – Canary Wharf Group and Greengage, LCR Year of Environment 2019 – Green Space, Habitats and Biodiversity Theme – Nature Connected, The Finima Nature Park – Nigeria LNG, Water Stewardship Business Board – Premier Foods and Westcountry Rivers Trust
  14. Energy and Carbon Transition: Crystal Doors, Bank of England, Community Utilities, Concha y Toro UK, Kariwala Industries, Muntons, Severfield
  15. Climate Resilience and Adaptation: Winner to be Announced at the Awards
  16. Sustainable Procurement: Winner to be Announced at the Awards
  17. Sustainable Finance: Green Impact Advisory – Green Investment Group, Cyan Finance
  18. Community and Social Value: Reconomy Social Value Programme (RSVP) – Reconomy, Growing Space – Arcadia Charitable Trust, ARTISANS of IQ, Social Impact and Charities Programme – JCDecaux, Community Sustainable Development Projects on Bonny Island – Nigeria LNG, Greener Futures Design Challenge – Surrey County Council, Tideway Legacy – Tideway, Masterplan for Sustaining Caerphilly’s Landscape – WYG and Tetra Tech
  19. Future Sustainability Leader: Kerrie Craig, Environmental Consultant, Royal HaskoningDHV, Ashley Welch, Senior Biodiversity and Green Infrastructure Specialist, AECOM, Amy Banks, Environment Consultant Amey Consulting, Cecilia Landeros Tormo, Sustainability Consultant, Arup, Lisa Bulmer, Environment Specialist, Dar, Amell Amatino, Founding Director, MAINTENANT Sustainability Now, Scott Duncan, Environmental Adviser, Wills Bros Civil Engineering, Tom Gold, Senior Environmental Consultant, WSP
  20. Sustainability Leader: Rowan Byrne, Technical Principal Marine Ecology & Marine Plastics Leader, Mott MacDonald, Samantha Rowe, Chief Executive Officer, Ignition DG, Anna Bright Chief Executive, Sustainability West Midlands
  21. IEMA Best Volunteer: Winner to be announced at the Awards ceremony

 IEMA Sustainability Impact Awards 2020