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10th July 2017

Cockington Lakes Wins ICE Community Award

WM Longreach attended the South West ICE Awards 2017 in Bristol this month with clients Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust (Access Officer Hannah Worthington left & Director Damian Offer right).  The ICE South West Civil Engineering Awards celebrate outstanding civil engineering achievement, innovation and ingenuity around the South West.  WM Longreach shortlisted as one of 12 projects across the region won the ‘Community Award.’ The Community Award recognises projects that improve public space, infrastructure and enhance the living and working environment for the local community. The Cockington Lakes project was praised for its community engagement on the project, from conception to completion, together with its promotion of civil engineering and innovation to overcome difficult access and egress constraints.  The project successfully restored to their former glory the heritage lakes, a tourist site since Victorian times. WM Longreach attended the South West ICE Awards 2017 in Bristol this month with clients Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust (Access Officer Hannah Worthington left & Director Damian Offer right). The ICE South West Civil Engineering Awards celebrate outstanding civil engineering achievement, innovation and ingenuity around the South West. WM Longreach shortlisted as one of 12 projects across the region won the ‘Community Award.’ The Community Award recognises projects that improve public space, infrastructure and enhance the living and working environment for the local community. The Cockington Lakes project was praised for its community engagement on the project, from conception to completion, together with its promotion of civil engineering and innovation to overcome difficult access and egress constraints. The project successfully restored to their former glory the heritage lakes, a tourist site since Victorian times.
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