At Curtis Moore we firmly believe that teamwork is essential to the delivery of the quality service and versatility which we always offer our clients. We work together to deliver optimum solutions, respecting each other’s skills, knowledge and experience of everyone involved.
We have been working with Morgan Sindall on the large-scale Sellafield site under the Interim Storage Facility (ISF) Project and for this they have just won the award for ‘Return on Investment’ at the Sellafield Ltd Awards 2017. Paul Leithead, Senior Project Manager was kind enough to pass on credit to the Curtis Moore team for their involvement in the project – a team effort indeed.
“We had a success at today’s Sellafield Ltd Awards 2017. We were a winner in the ‘Return On Investment’ category where;
‘The successful delivery of the ISF project has been the result of an efficient and effective collaborative partnership between Sellafield Ltd and ISF’s supply chain partners (Infrastructure Strategic Alliance (ISA) and contractors’
Thanks to all at Curtis Moore, whose work on ISF Project was a major factor in us winning this award.”
– Paul Leithead
Senior Project Manager
The Sellafield awards are in their tenth year and celebrate achievements across all aspects of transforming Sellafield. The ceremony this year featured inspirational speakers such as engineer-inventor, sustainability expert and TV presenter, Dick Strawbridge MBE and Sellafield employee Gary McKee who recently completed 100 marathons in 100 days, raising more than £100,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
The three year ISF project has been the result of an efficient, collaborative and positive partnership between Sellafield and ISF’s supply chain partners. This is the second consecutive year that Morgan Sindall have won this award, an extraordinary achievement for a three-year project and so the Curtis Moore team is very proud to have been part of it.