Congratulations to our Winner
Winner | West Airspace Deployment, NATS Ltd
The West Airspace Deployment (West) is the first of a series of changes making up the CAA’s Airspace Modernisation Strategy (AMS), delivering a once in a generation change to modernise 54,000 nm2 of airspace above the UK, delivering reductions in CO2, additional capacity and efficiencies in Air Traffic Controller (ATC) workload.
One of the most technical and complex airspace projects ever undertaken by NATS, the West airspace Deployment delivered on budget in March 2023, two months earlier than scheduled whilst enabling more benefits than identified at inception.
Finalist | Bentley Prototyping Transformation, MIGSO-PCUBED and Bentley Motors Ltd
Bentley Motor’s Prototype Department recognised the need to enhance their project management system to deliver enhanced agility and capacity for change during the early development phases of their products. The whole Bentley R&D function depends on the team delivering prototypes on time, cost, and quality to achieve the market entry dates for their extraordinary products.
To achieve the necessary pace of change, Bentley opted to partner with project management specialists MIGSO-PCUBED and established a Project Delivery Transformation project.
Finalist | Thatcham Research World Class Safety Assurance and Connected Mobility Centre, Thatcham Research
Thatcham Research Gamston Airport Project, Transformation Project of the Year. With operations at Thatcham Research’s track facility becoming no longer tenable, the organisation procured an active, freehold airfield site which then instigated a transformational project transforming Gamston Airport to a truly future focused connected mobility centre of excellence whilst maintaining the critical Aviation activities.
Finalist | Babcock Global Project Management Transformation Programme, Babcock
From initial adoption within the Naval Nuclear business Babcock has gone global across it’s Nuclear, Marine, Land and Aviation sectors in delivering a P3M transformation programme.
The Group Project Management Functional team, whose diversity and knowledge led the way, developed a Global Project Management delivery framework, drove improved governance and lifecycle alignment and embarked on people development, investing in c.1500 project professionals and c.450 on-going programmes and projects providing the right tools, skills and solutions and support to help them work consistently, manage change and deliver predictable successful outcomes; supporting Babcock’s purpose of creating a safe and secure world, together.