RSK wins at Murphy Supply Chain Awards 2021

November 09, 2021

RSK Group has won the M4 Supply Chain Partner of the Year Award at this year’s J Murphy & Sons Supply Chain Awards. The award recognises the work carried out by group companies on Murphy projects in the past year and was presented at the awards evening held on 2 November at the Science and Industry Museum in Manchester.

The Murphy Supply Chain Awards aim to celebrate those partner companies that “have gone above and beyond to help [Murphy] deliver, innovate and build a sustainable business”.

 

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Teams across the group have worked closely with Murphy on a number of major UK infrastructure projects in a range of disciplines and capabilities. These projects supported Murphy’s M4 Power division, which nominated RSK for the award in the M4 Supply Chain Partner category. The award recognises the environmental consultancy support provided by RSK on major transmission schemes, plus support provided to Murphy on high profile tenders.

RSK has worked with Murphy on a range of multidisciplinary projects, including the Richborough Connection Project: the construction of a new 400-kV overhead line between Richborough and Canterbury, and numerous parts of the Hinkley Connection Project that involved the removal and construction of underground cables and associated infrastructure. In addition to this, RSK has also supported Murphy on a number of key bids for frameworks such as the National Grid RIIO-2 Framework. We have provided services to Murphy such as acoustics, air quality, archaeology, ecology, landscape management, environmental management, consents management, ground investigation, contaminated land remediation, transport planning and flood risk.

The award was accepted on behalf of RSK by Jeremy Leach, Regional Director at RSK Geosciences, and Harry Cross, Environmental Consultant from the RSK Environment and Planning Division, at the event in Manchester.

Congratulations on your award to all RSK colleagues who have worked on Murphy projects.