Royal HaskoningDHV has been shortlisted for three awards at the Mersey Maritime Industry Awards, cementing its reputation as a leader in the UK maritime sector.
The company is shortlisted in the Business of the Year, Rising Star, and Global Reach categories.
This success marks a year of significant growth for the company’s maritime business, with Royal HaskoningDHV’s Liverpool office being designated it’s ‘centre of excellence’ for passenger and vehicle terminal designs.
The team are supporting the delivery of major maritime civil engineering projects around the world, including the Grand Cayman Cruise Terminal, a world-class and globally competitive Maritime Yard project in Saudi Arabia, and the design for a land reclamation project in the Philippines for the Manila Bay Cruise Terminal.
Graduate Civil Engineer John-James Gallagher has been shortlisted as a Rising Star for the industry – an award that sets out to recognise individuals who represent the foundation of a dynamic and highly skilled workforce.
Tim Davies, Royal HaskoningDHV Sector Director for Passenger & Vehicle Terminals commented: “These awards would bring fantastic and well-deserved recognition to a highly skilled and hard-working team.
“2016 was a year of real success for our maritime business with increased profitability, increased turnover, and growth creation – thanks to our careful project delivery and our bright and diligent consultants. We hope that some wins on the night will reward the efforts of our team.”
The MMIAs are organised by sector representative body Mersey Maritime and the awards recognise the excellence and diversity that exists across all sectors of the maritime industry in the North West.