This year’s British Expertise Awards shortlist was revealed today and our project team for the Ntunga Maternity Centre was very pleased to see that they featured as one of four in the shortlist.
"This year's shortlist demonstrate the strength of UK expertise
delivering infrastructure and development services around the world.”
“The UK professional services sector continues to make a massive contribution to the UK economy,” said Tracey Smith, chief executive of British Expertise. “This year’s record awards entry numbers and the quality and diversity of entries demonstrates the strength of UK expertise delivering infrastructure and development services around the world.”
Following a rigorous judging process by a panel of authoritative industry experts chaired by HRH the Duke of Gloucester, the shortlist has been drawn ahead of the winners being announced in April 2015.
Outstanding International Development Project
- Arup - Ntunga Maternity Centre
- Adam Smith International - Climate Resilient Infrastructure Development Facility (CRIDF)
- Pell Frischmann - Mid-Western Iraq Water Supply Project
- WYG - Water and Sanitation in Republika Srpska
A full profile of the project will feature on this site soon.