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02 June 2009

Mott MacDonald’s technical advisors celebrate a double whammy

Mott MacDonald’s technical advisory team finished May with a double whammy of good news. The team was nominated Best Technical Adviser in the Public Private Finance Awards for the fourth time in the last five years. In addition, one of its projects, the Queen's Centre for Oncology and Haemotology at Castle Hill Hospital in Cottingham, for the Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, was chosen for a prestigious Yorkshire region 2009 RIBA Award.

A panel of some of the most respected and experienced professionals from the public and private sectors named Mott MacDonald as winners in the Best Technical Adviser category of the Public Private Finance Awards. These awards are designed to recognise excellence among the private sector teams delivering UK projects and programmes in 2009.

Chris Ecob, Mott MacDonald’s head of PFI said, “We are delighted to be recognised by our peers in the industry. It helps to confirm our outstanding contribution to the forward progress of public private partnerships.

We’re currently working on around 100 PFI/PPP projects in the UK and around the world for public and private sector customers including funders. Winning this award and being associated with a RIBA award winning project demonstrates the success of our specialist team and is also a tribute to the diversity of both the skills and sector knowledge of staff across the Mott MacDonald Group and a reflection of our position as the market leader.”

Mott MacDonald’s success at the awards is down to its 150 plus private finance specialists working across its wide-ranging portfolio of PPP schemes. The company operates in sectors as diverse as defence, transportation, water, housing/regeneration, energy, buildings, telecommunications, healthcare and education and is working on some of the biggest schemes in the UK, including the £1 billion redevelopment of Barts Hospital in the City of London and The Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, Building Schools for the Future (BSF) nationwide, Northumberland Integrated Waste Management and the Miles Platting Social Housing project in Manchester.

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