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A14 Supply Chain Award

Recently, 114 passionate and focused leaders from supply chain partners involved in delivering the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon road improvement scheme, all came together to celebrate the IDT’s ‘Leadership Forum and Annual Supply Chain Values Awards 2017’.

On the night, those in attendance reflected on the great success attributed in 2017 and looked ahead to 2018, where attentions were very much focussed on the continuation of achieving world-class performance as a team.

Key speakers at the occasion, Andrew Spencer – ‘Procurement and Supply Chain Director’ and Ben Cross – ‘Supply Chain Manager’ both simultaneously conveyed a message ‘that we are only as good as our supply chain’, a theme that was concurrent throughout, when IDMT and IDB representatives also spoke out.

On to the awards…..

The evening presented those leading the scheme to reward the collective efforts by all involved in the project. Selected partners were singled out for prizes in categories that included:

- Everyone has a voice - winners: Blackwell
- Respecting and caring for each other and ourselves – winners: Lynch
- Innovation – winners: Kelly Group and The Integrated Labour Team
- Ownership – winners: K2 Recovery
- To be the best – winners: Martin
- Collaborative working – winners: Mick George Ltd

On hand to accept the ‘Collaborative Working’ Award for 2017 was Michael George, Garry Woodcock, and Ryan Ward of Mick George Ltd. The organisation has embraced the ethos of collaborative working across all sections of the project, delivering a diverse range of services to high standards.

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They said:

Michael George, Contracts Director at Mick George Ltd commented: ‘’To be praised for our committed, open and transparent collaborative working is a testament to the great people we have across the business, and how the organisation conducts its work not only for this project, but any which we have involvement.’’

George Continued: ‘’The project will have a lasting legacy in Cambridgeshire and will impact on commercial operators and local communities for generations to come, and we’re extremely pleased to be doing our part to improve the infrastructure for all.’’


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