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THE BRITISH EXPERTISE AWARDS 2015


5. OUTSTANDING INTERNATIONAL DESIGN PROJECT AWARD 2015 The finalists are: l


Atkins The Briman Reservoirs Project l


1. OUTSTANDING INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AWARD 2015 The finalists are: l


Arup l Mace l Pell Frischmann l Turner & Townsend


2. OUTSTANDING INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (SME) AWARD 2015 The finalists are: l


Blackthorne International l Transport Ltd


Economic Development Initiatives (EDI) Ltd l IMC Worldwide Ltd


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3. OUTSTANDING INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION AWARD 2015 The finalists are: l


Met Office (Mainstreaming Climate Adaptation into Planning) l Met Office


(The South East Asia climate Analysis & Modelling Framework)


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Aecom, CBRE, Mace and Turner & Townsend (Integrator Outsource Model)


l WYG


(South Africa-European Union Dialogue Facility Programme)


Below: Turner & Townsend, Qatar rail


4. OUTSTANDING INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP AWARD 2015 The finalists are: l


Adam Smith International (Adam Smith International Leadership)


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Jasper Alliance London Ltd (Kurdistan - A Place where Leaders are Made!)


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Mott MacDonald (Turkish Hospitals PPP Programme)


Mott MacDonald San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge


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Pell Frischmann Mid-Western Iraq Water Supply Project


6. OUTSTANDING INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE PROJECT AWARD 2015 The finalists are: l


Knight Architects (Lower Hatea River Crossing - Te Matau a Pohe) l PLP Architecture


(Suning Plaza, Foshan, China)


7. OUTSTANDING INTERNATIONAL MASTERPLANNING PROJECT AWARD 2015 The finalists are: l


Broadway Malyan (East Village Masterplan, Calgary, Canada) l Mott MacDonald


(The Helmand River Basin Master Plan)


l Pell Frischmann


(Maluku Special Economic Zone, DR Congo)


8. OUTSTANDING INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT AWARD 2015 The finalists are: l


Arup (Ntunga Maternity Centre) l


Adam Smith International (Climate Resilient Infrastructure Development Facility (CRIDF))


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Pell Frischmann (Mid-Western Iraq Water Supply Project)


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WYG (Water and Sanitation in Republika Srpska)


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9. OUTSTANDING INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (NON- INFRASTRUCTURE) AWARD 2015 The finalists are: l


Adam Smith International (Growth & Employment in States 3 (GEMS3))


Adam Smith International (Nepal Centre for Inclusive Growth) l Crown Agents


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(Scaling up of the Complementary Basic Education (CBE) Programme, Ghana)


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Gems Education Solutions (Making Ghanaian Girls Great (MGCubed) - improving the learning outcomes and life chances of marginalised girls in Ghana)


Nathan Associates (Food Retail Industry Challenge Fund)


10. OUTSTANDING INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN A FRAGILE STATE (INFRASTRUCTURE) AWARD 2015 The finalists are: l


IMC Worldwide (Conflict Affected Region Emergency Project - National Highways Component) l Mott MacDonald


(Reconstruction of transport and education Infrastructure, Pakistan)


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Pell Frischmann (Mid-Western Iraq Water Supply Project)


11. OUTSTANDING DEVELOPMENT PROJECT IN A FRAGILE STATE (NON-INFRASTRUCTURE) AWARD 2015 The finalists are: l


Adam Smith International (Tamkeen Al Mubadarat Al Mahalia (Empowering Local Initiatives))


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Adam Smith International (Growth and Employment in States 3 (GEMS3))


British Council (Pyoe Pin Programme - Fisheries in Rakhine, Burma) l Crown Agents


l (Support to civil society, Libya)


12. YOUNG CONSULTANT OF THE YEAR AWARD 2015 The finalists are: l


Sian Rogers (Crown Agents)


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Ana Becheru (EC Harris LLP)


Dr Serufusa Sekidde (Oxford Policy Management, nominated by African Development Bank)


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Elizabeth Natukunda (Turner & Townsend International PLC)


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Lisa Bell (Turner & Townsend International PLC)


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